With striking scenery, a variety of terrain, and old-fashioned towns to explore along the way, biking in the Adirondacks is always an adventure. In the Adirondack Hub, enjoy an array of cycling and mountain biking routes for riders of all abilities and fitness levels. For more information on biking in the Hub, download the

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Tahawus Mines Road, Newcomb
This road leads to the Tahawus Ghost Town; a former mining town no longer open to the public. But the road leading up to it is a marvelous ride alternating deep forest, hidden meadows, bridges, lakes, and distant mountain vistas. Rock hounds will find...
8728 State Route 9, Pottersville
Explore the quiet paved roads giving access to Scaroon Manor Campground on the west shore of Schroon Lake. Informational posts throughout the complex tell the history of this once-famous resort. A day use pass offers access the swimming, restrooms...
Blue Ridge Road, Newcomb
A stretch of great scenery, with wonderful curves to reveal new vistas at every turn. Pack a lunch; this is the wilderness. When ridden west-to-east, it becomes an exhilarating thrill ride of breathtaking scenery and hold-your-breath downhill slopes...
Stone Bridge Road, Olmstedville
Scenic country between two charming small towns. A great way to visit the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves! LENGTH: 6 miles. Add a 5 mile round trip if visiting the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, found at the end of Stone Bridge Road. All paved, with...
Johnson Pond Road, North Hudson
Go right by Johnson Pond for some gorgeous scenery. This route connects North Hudson with Paradox via the Letsonville road. Scenic, moderate hills, some paved but mostly gravel. DISTANCE: 6 miles. Join Fleming Pond Road to go all the way to Crown...
Caza Turn Road Ensign Pond Rd, North Hudson
A loop that circles three ponds with side trips to more. Beaver ponds and wide vistas. The side trail to Bass Lake (1.4 miles RT) features rock ledges, cliffs, and great fishing. Hiking How to get there Take Exit 29 off I-87 and follow Blue Ridge Road...
Many bridges offer lovely photo opportunities.
Route 28N, Newcomb
This 80 mile loop has wonderful scenery on wide-shouldered roads. Runs along the Hudson River with many mountain and cliff scenes. Abundant scenic rest stops with picnic tables. Ride through charming small towns with attractions and services. Lodging...
Blue Ridge Road, North Hudson
Views of the High Peaks dominate the scene from the shore of Boreas Ponds, the 320-acre waterbody for which this region is named. LaBier Flow, Boreas River, LeClaire Brook, Casey Brook, Slide Brook, and White Lily Brook can also be found on this tract.