Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway Geotrail

The Byway That Takes You Places

The Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway (CLSB) Geotrail encourages participants to get outside and experience the scenic, natural, historic and cultural resources of the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway. The trail is divided into two regions – east and west – with 10 caches located within each region. Geocachers finding at least 15 official CLSB Geotrail caches can redeem the passport for a free commemorative CLSB 10th Anniversary Geotrail Coin. Five hundred (500) coins have been produced and are available while supplies last.

2012 Coin Web SiteEach cache contains a numbered hole punch that corresponds to a numbered space in the punch strip for each region. Once you have punched at least 15 spaces bring your passport to one of the following sites to pick up your free collectable geocoin.

If you have never tried geocaching before and are not sure how to get started visit the Hobby Help website for a great beginners guide to geocaching. Just click here.

Find out more at

Montezuma Winery
2981 U.S. Route 20
Seneca Falls, NY 13148
(315) 568-8190

1485 Lake Road
Aurora, NY13026
(315) 364-6990

Cayuga Lake Creamery
8421 New York 89
Interlaken, NY 14847
(607) 532-9492

Ithaca/Tompkins County Visitors Bureau
904 E. Shore Dr.
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 272-1313

There are inherent risks and dangers in participation in the activities associated with the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway Geotrail, and participation in said activity and use of any equipment related to such activities may result in injury, illness or death and/or damage to personal property. Other participants, accidents, forces of nature or other causes may cause these risks and dangers. Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway Inc. assumes no liability for injuries or damages that may arise from participation in the Geotrail.