It's 518 miles long and full of interesting sights to see along its paths and roads. Hugging the Great Lake shores of Erie and Ontario from Erie, Pa., through Rochester, and on to the Saint Lawrence River, there are destinations to suit one's curiosity of history, architecture, shopping, vineyards and wineries, wildlife, recreation, and parks. Of course, all of these one-of-a-kind picturesque places are along the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. With finer weather and summer quickly approaching, visiting any number of these attractions throughout the next few months is time well spent. Promoting tourism and economic development, a travel magazine is published each year detailing many events and locations with more information on the website www.seawaytrail.com.