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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 near both the Adirondack Trail and Central Adirondack Trail is Blue Mountain Lake, one many lakes along the Scenic Byways

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Town of Thurman

Central Adirondack Trail, in Warren County

The Hudson River flows through the Town of Thurman, just west of Warrensburg.

Every spring maple producers open the doors of their sugar houses to welcome those who would like to see the age-old art of tapping, boiling and bottling of syrup, as well as sample and shop for syrup, maple sugar candy, maple cream and other delicious treats. The many friendly communities in Towns like this one along the Central Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway provide the opportunity for an enjoyable walk, refreshment, and to learn more about the area. The Central Adirondack Trail is as complex and adventuresome as the terrain it follows. The 153-mile route forms the shape of a crescent moon, originating in the fertile and less rugged lowland areas surrounding the cities of Glens Falls and Rome, and winding through the south-central portion of the Adirondack Park. Starting at the Hudson River on one end and the Erie Canal on the other, scenic lakes and mountain streams continue to guide the way over much of its length.


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