Calling all End-to-Enders, Class of 2017
Each year, hundreds of people complete the 360-mile Erie Canalway Trail. These people are called End-to-Enders and are part of a small but growing group of Erie Canalway Trail enthusiasts. While a majority of them complete the trail by bicycle, some have walked the entire 360 miles. The experience of being able to bike alongside the 200-year old Erie Canal, the sense of accomplishment that comes with biking (or hiking) across New York State, or incorporating the Erie Canalway Trail into a longer bicycle trip are among the reasons people give as their motivation for making the End-to-End trek.
If you’ve completed the Erie Canalway Trail End-to-End in 2017, we want to hear from you! If you haven’t already, take a few minutes to complete our brief survey about your trip. As a token of our appreciation, we’ll include your name on the official End-to-Ender Honor Roll and send you an End-to-End decal you can proudly display on your car or bike. We’ll also enter your name into a raffle to win some great Erie Canalway Trail swag.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the End-to-End recognition program visit the official website for the Erie Canalway Trail. It’s there where you’ll find all of the resources you need to complete your own End-to-End journey.