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The Osgood Trail is a 2.7 mile loop that reenters itself at 2.5 miles after an ascension of the rounded hill. When you begin the trail, bear left at .2 miles to begin the mild climb. The beautiful wildflower, fern and moss understory accompany your journey which offers several broken glimpses of the surrounding area. The trail is easy to negotiate with little rock interference. Much of the trek is through a mixed hemlock woods which turns to oak, maple and black cherry. The descension is very easy and reenters the beginning of the trail at 2.5 miles. In another .2 mile, you'll be back at the trailhead.

Directions: From Salamanca, NY, Take SR 17 to Exit 19 which is 7 miles west of Salamanca. From the junction of ASP 1 and ASP 2 travel south a very short distance. The trail begins on the east side of the road adjacent to McIntosh Trail.

Elevation Gain: 650 feet

Difficulty: Easy

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