MAYVILLE, N.Y. – Martha Anderson completed the Wegmans Hit The Trail Passport.
In November, she hiked all three trail systems (in entirety) highlighted in the Passport: the Chautauqua County Overland Trails – the Earl Cardot Eastside Overland Trail and the Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Trail; and the Chautauqua County Rails to Trails system.
To complete the Passport, Anderson hiked over 72 miles of Chautauqua County trails.
“I logged a lot of beautiful miles and took lots of friends on trails they had never been on,” said Anderson. “It’s great to share our resources and beautiful trails and parks with friends and newcomers. It was a great experience, and I had so much fun seeing all the trails end to end.”
She looks forward to many more years and miles of enjoyment on Chautauqua County trails.
The Wegmans Hit The Trail Passport is sponsored by Wegmans. Since 2005, Wegmans has partnered with town and city recreation programs and park conservancy groups to encourage folks to take advantage of their community’s town and county trails.
Wegmans considers the Passport as part of their commitment to helping their customers enjoy a healthier, better life through great food and healthy activity.
Are you ready to experience outdoor adventure in Chautauqua County for yourself? Pick up a Trail Passport at Wegmans, 945 Fairmount Ave., Jamestown, N.Y. or stop in the Chautauqua County Health Department at 7 North Erie St., HRC Building in Mayville, N.Y.