Lake Champlain Bikeways - firstname.lastname@example.org
RR 1 Box 220,
Crown Point, NY 12928
Champlain Bikeways, in the Lake Champlain Valley of Vermont,
New York, and Quebec, is an 1100-mile network of bicycle routes
that includes 26 loops and a 350-mile principal route around
the entire lake.
Lake Placid and
Lake Road Rides - email@example.com
Placid Planet Bicycles,
51 Saranac Avenue,
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Descriptions of three road rides (with more to be added), each
starting and ending in Lake Placid. The "Ten Plus One" loop is
an 11-mile loop also known as the River Road loop. "Just
Around the Block" loop is actually 35 miles and takes you from
Lake Placid past Whiteface Mountain, through Keene,
and back to Lake Placid. "Fantastic 52" also begins
and ends in Lake Placid and takes you through the Village
of Saranac Lake (twice) and around the entire Saranac Lake
chain of lakes.
Dept of Economic Development,
Division of Tourism,
1 Commerce Plaza,
Albany, NY 12245,
York's Seaway Trail offers a 454 mile driving route along Lake
Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.
The scenic, well-marked route offers an alternative to the New
York State Thruway and Interstate 81 and is a network of state
and local highways safe for bicycling. A first-class destination,
the Seaway Trail's 730 kilometer route is the nation's longest
National Recreational Trail. See Maps & Books section
for info on ordering the Seaway Trail Bicycling guidebook.
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