Explore the Adirondack Hub on two wheels!

There's cycling, and then there's Adirondack Hub cycling. Full of expansive wilderness including wild forest, gleaming lakes, and plenty of picturesque peaks, cycling in the Adirondack Hub is a fun, beautiful, and occasionally physically demanding adventure, with plenty of variety on quiet, low-traffic roads. You can ride as close to one of the Hub's friendly towns as you like, or head out into the wilderness.

Road cyclists can try a shorter, mostly flat family-friendly ride at Paradox Lake, take on the Grand Loop through the Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest, or try Teddy's Trail, an 80-mile loop that offers beautiful views of the Hudson River.

Gravel bikers aren't left out around here, either! Knobby tire enthusiasts can get their thrills on the rugged, unpaved glories of the Stony Lonesome Loop, a gently rolling route that shows off amazing, remote backcountry scenery.

Cycling routes

Want to cycle in and among the towns and outstanding scenery of the Adirondack Hub but not sure how to start planning? Don't worry, we're here to help! This interactive map from Ride With GPS helps you view different routes, learn about distance, changes in elevation, and more. It's a great tool to help you prepare and ensure you choose the route that is just right for you.

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Four cyclists on a paved road in front of a mountain view.

Love Your ADK

We love the ADK and we know you do, too. By taking the Love Your Adirondacks Pledge and practicing Leave No Trace ethics you can help ensure that the forests, waterways, and communities of the Adirondacks remain beautiful and unique for generations to come.

 

 

 

 

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Caza Turn Road Ensign Pond Rd, North Hudson
A loop that circles three ponds with side trips to more. Beaver ponds and wide vistas, and more!
Start in the beautiful Paradox Lake Area.
Letsonville Road, Paradox
Cycling Get off the asphalt! This spectacular half day of mountain biking is on mostly remote, unpaved roads, with a variety of hills and valleys, open and wooded terrain, marshes, ponds, and streams.
Along the way Newcomb's Overlook Park is a great place to stop.
Route 9, North Hudson
This is a great loop that takes you through some true Adirondack wilderness as well as along a scenic lake. Steep descent along the Blue Ridge Road (best taken west to east) offers expansive vistas with a variety of foliage progression. Approximate...
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.
Route 9, Schroon Lake
At 24.9 miles, this route is all paved with some hilly stretches with a few steep climbs.
Fleming Pond Road, Paradox
If your heart belongs to narrow gravel roads with a pond of their very own, this is the route for you. Becomes Stoney Lonesome Road to Crown Point if you keep hearing its call.
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.
Route 9 & Route 4, North Hudson
Take a day long ride through some of the most remote paved roads in the whole park. View dozens of ponds and wetlands, cross several headwaters, and see some historic mining and farming areas. 36.3 miles, Intermediate. Paved roads, remote areas with...