The rolling hills and mountains of the Twin Tiers offer unparalleled opportunities to hike, bike, paddle or even soar at our local glider airport. The area has numerous streams, waterways and state parks for recreational activities. The four-season climate will keep outdoor enthusiasts busy year-round. The Finger Lakes communities support museums, performing arts and organized events throughout the year. Iconic names dot the region and include the town of Corning bearing the Fortune 500 Company’s name and show casing the Corning Museum of Glass and Rockwell Museum. Ithaca, home to Cornell University and Ithaca College sits at the base of Cayuga Lake, the longest Finger Lake. Watkins Glen or “The Glen” sits at the base of Seneca Lake and is well known to race fans for the Watkins Glen International. The natural geologic wonder of the 11 Finger Lakes and more than 30 waterfalls is well known not only for its water sport and recreational opportunities, but also for the successful vineyards and wine making industry.