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Adirondack North Country Scenic Byways
“Spectacular scenery unlike any
other in the Northeast.”

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Wilder Homestead near Malone

The NYS Zoo at Thompson Park near Watertown

Also along the Scenic Byway are fabulous paddling opportunities, such as on the Hudson River near Thurman and Warrensburg (by Sally Feihel)

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Town of Boonville

Central Adirondack Trail, in Oneida County

Alder Creek and Boonville are in the Town of Boonville, near the Black River.

The many friendly communities in Towns like this one along the CentralAdirondack Trail Scenic Byway provide the opportunity for an enjoyablewalk, refreshment, and to learn more about the region. The 153-mileCentral Adirondack Trail forms the shape of a crescent, originating inthe fertile lowland areas surrounding the cities of Glens Falls andRome, and winding through the south-central portion of the AdirondackPark. The Hudson River on the eastern end and the Erie Canal on thewest are the gateways to many scenic lakes and mountain streams thatare the distinguishing geographic features along much of this scenicbyway.


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