Erie Canalway Trail End-to-Ender Recognition Program

Have you bicycled or walked the full 360-mile length of the Erie Canalway Trail between Buffalo and Albany? If so, we want to recognize and reward your achievement.

Anyone who has completed a journey along the entire Erie Canalway Trail, on a bicycle or on foot, whether in one multi-day through trip or in segments over a long period of time.

As an End-to-Ender, you’ll be recognized with A certificate attesting to your accomplishment, An End-to-End decal, and inclusion in the End-to-Ender Honor Roll.

The first step is to register as an End-to-Ender. You will be asked several questions about your trip and overall experience. We’d also love to hear from you with your stories and photos of your experience. Email ptny@ptny.org, keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter, submit images of your trip to Flickr, and check out our blog.

Register today and begin planning your own end-to-end journey!

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3 Responses to Erie Canalway Trail End-to-Ender Recognition Program

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  3. Gerry Rising says:

    I am probably not eligible for this award. I hiked and skied from the Niagara River to Phelps, NY, which at that time was the end of the trail. I then canoed from there to Oswego Lake. And finally (this is what I assume disallows me) rode my scooter from there to the Hudson River (and on down the Hudson to New York City.) I wrote about my various trips in a series of columns for The Buffalo News. Gerry

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