Canandaigua Lake


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Canandaigua Lake:

see Finger LakesFinger Lakes,
group of 11 narrow glacial lakes in north to south valleys, W central N.Y. Cayuga and Seneca lakes, both more than 35 mi (56 km) long, are the largest and deepest. Keuka Lake is the center of the area's wine industry, the largest in New York.
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John Brahm of Arbor Hill Grapery in New York's Finger Lakes--near Canandaigua Lake, to be exact-was with Widmer's 23 years and now has his own operation which includes wine and sauces.
Opened in July 2017 on the edge of Canandaigua Lake, Young Lion started its journey not asa typical craft brewery but with a goal to sell to other outlets.
Canandaigua Lake--With its channels and protected back waters at its north end, plus its numerous weed beds and stumps in the south end, Canandaigua Lake often has nice schools of crappie, perch and some oversized sunfish in shallow waters.
If so, try Bare Hill Unique Area which provides awe-inspiring views of Canandaigua Lake and valley.
Along the way, like threads unraveling from a knitted sleeve, the trail throws off branch trails -- the Conservation Trail that runs north past Buffalo and Niagara Falls, the Bristol Hills Branch from Canandaigua Lake south to the main trail, the Onondaga Trail toward Syracuse, the Interloken Trail north of Watkins Glen, and the Letchworth Branch.
The students are all freshmen majoring in natural resources conservation, and the annual trip to West Hill marks the beginning of their formal field experience while at Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC) -- a school that sits above the eastern shore of Canandaigua Lake.