Adirondack Park Loop - Physical Copy

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Albany, NY - Albany, NY (431.5 miles)
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Adventure Cycling Association
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Due to limited resources, the paper map version of this route section has been discontinued and will no longer be available once sold out. This route section is still available digitally. More info here: Going Digital: App or GPX.

When ridden in a counter-clockwise direction, the Adirondack Park Loop travels from Schenectady north, crossing into Adirondack Park just north of Saratoga Springs. Adirondack Park is the largest publicly protected area in the lower forty-eight states, greater in size than Yellowstone, Everglades, Glacier and Grand Canyon National Park combined. Passing through Ticonderoga, the route hugs the western shore of Lake Champlain as it continues north. At Port Henry there is an optional spur to continue north to Port Kent, to connect to a ferry to Burlington, Vermont. The main route continues west through Lake Placid, home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Games. The route can be somewhat hilly in the park, with climbs ranging up to 1,500 feet. The route uses lightly traveled roads with minimal shoulders. Paved shoulders prevail where traffic is moderate.

NOTE: This map is presented in a slightly different format from the others we produce. It is available as a pdf or physical copy. The physical copy is printed on standard 8 1/2" x 11" weatherproof paper with pages stapled together at the top left corner. Map panels are similar size to other maps (1/3 of page height).

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Average rating: based on 6 reviews.

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Reviewed By: Nancy on 4/4/16

I will be using this map that looks great, as soon as the snow is gone and it is not 20° and windy, like today. I LIVE in the Adirondacks, and I know I will be sending in corrections.

Pretty route; bring a GPS


Reviewed By: Bruce Miller on 9/4/15

I rode the Adirondack Park Loop solo using the paper copy, with the spur from Albany. The route is very pretty. Roads have good shoulders most of the time. I wish I had loaded the route into a GPS because (1) New York roads have multiple route numbers (sign says County 2, maps says a different number); (2) roads change names as you go from one hamlet to another; (3) cell phone coverage is a challenge in the valleys so you can't rely on Google Maps or the like.

Adirondack Park Loop


Reviewed By: Tom Schwartz on 9/19/11

We enjoyed the Adirondack Loop very much. The roads were very quiet and safe. We strongly recommend this ride. The maps had a few errors but nothing major.

Adirondack Park Loop Maps


Reviewed By: Bill Wolfe on 5/4/11

The purchase and delivery went smoothly. I'll report back after I take the ride, by my guess is that the "Daks" will not be so smooth!

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Reviewed By: A customer from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida on 8/24/10

The map sections were easy to follow and appeared to be current. Since I live in Florida the mountains were a challenge (there is really no way to prepare for the elevation changes when you live in Florida). The weather was pleasant compared to the southeastern U.S.

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