New Yorkers have a few more weeks to hit the trails before winter kicks in, and there’s never been a better time to appreciate the changing leaves on a scenic hike upstate. Nearly every city in upstate New York is accessible to some incredible parks and landscapes, and Buffalo is no exception. Here are a few of our favorite parks and preserves near Buffalo that you’ll want to get out and explore before it gets too cold.
Another incredibly beautiful area near Buffalo is Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, which is the largest wildlife refuge in the state at nearly 11,000 acres. And of course, the famous Letchworth State Park is only around an hour from downtown Buffalo.
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