NAPLES — The Nature Conservancy is breaking ground on a new trail system in the Finger Lakes. Located at West Hill Preserve in Naples, it will be the first multiuse trail system designed for hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers to be offered by The Nature Conservancy in N.Y. The completed trail will total 13.5 miles, improving a section of the 900-mile Finger Lakes Trail that currently runs through the preserve. The first section, under construction and expected to open to the public by the end of 2023, will be 3.5 miles, ranging in difficulty from beginner to intermediate. Visitors to the new trail can expect more recreational options, improved sightlines, increased accessibility and a better user experience overall.