During the Jockey Street days, canal men captained boats pulled by horses along a towpath that ran right along the river. When the canal was decommissioned, railroad tracks took the place along the towpath instead. The railroad is now gone and what remains is the beautiful Genesee Valley Greenway Trail which runs from Hinsdale, NY through the hamlet of Houghton and up to Rochester, NY where the Genesee River meets Lake Ontario. In total, it spans 107 miles. More information about the trail can be found at fogvg.org. It also happens to be the name of a beloved Houghton College English professor, Bill Greenway, who among other things established the infamous noon ball. Our light roast breakfast blend coffee pays tribute to both and would be a lovely take along for a morning walk along the Greenway.