Victor Trails

There are many running and hiking trails in Victor. There is a good map of the trails at the Victor Hiking Trails Site.

Picture of the bridge over the Auburn Trail

The Auburn Trail

The Auburn Trail is a 9 mile long trail in Victor and surrounding communities. The trail follows the path of the old Auburn and Rochester Railroad. The western starting point of the trail can be accessed from a small parking area off of Railroad Mills Road and it runs eastward through Victor and into Farmington. There are parking areas at different point along the trail. Look for some artwork along the trail. The terrain is flat and it connects to the Lehigh Valley Trail on a path near this bridge near Phillips Road.

Auburn Trail Wiki

Picture of the Lehigh Valley Trail The Lehigh Valley Trail is a 15 mile linear trail that connects with the Auburn Trail in Victor and runs eastward from the Lehigh Crossing Park to the Genesee River and up into the city of Rochester. This trail follows the path of the former Lehigh Valley Railroad. It has small parking areas where roads cross the trails.

Lehigh Valley Trail website

Picture of a boardwalk on side trail in Victor Watch for side trails coming off both the Lehigh Valley Trail and the Auburn Trail. Some of the trails have names like the Domine Trail which runs between the Lehigh Valley Trail and the Auburn Trail and some are unnamed trails. The side trails mainly go into forested areas along the side of the main trails.
Picture of the bridge along the Monkey Run Trail

The Monkey Run Trail

The Monkey Run Trail is about two miles of trails with a small parking area off of Victor Egypt Road. It has small hills, a creek, and a pond and it has a few loops off the main trail.

Monkey Run Trail Page

Picture of the path at the Mary Francis Bluebird Haven

Mary Francis Bluebird Haven

The Mary Francis Bluebird Haven is just down the road from the Monkey Run Trail on the Victor Egypt Road. It has a parking area and trails that go around the property to let the visitor see bluebirds in a natural habitat. There are trails that wind across fields and in a wooded area in the back.

Mary Francis Bluebird Haven Page