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1. THE CATSKILL PRESERVE (Distance: 100 miles)
Time to Ride: 3 hours – half a day
You’ll never regret a day spent in the Catskills. Because the roads don’t get heavy traffic, you’ll enjoy smooth pavement, long stretches of open road, and stunning panoramic mountain vistas on the overlooks of Rt. 23. Though there are many beautiful roads to explore in the Catskills, our ride of choice is a loop starting and ending in the town of Catskill, NY. Take Rt. 23 West to Durso Corner, then Rt. 296 will take you across to Rt. 23 for a twisty, winding jaunt back eastward toward Catskill.
(Locate Campgrounds on our Interactive Map near the town of Catskill, NY)
Time to Ride: 2 - 5 hours
Tour the Adirondacks in half a day, starting and ending in Lake George. This route covers well-maintained but twisty roads, so be prepared for a few hairpin turns (especially on Rt. 9N)–and beautiful scenery. You’ll take Rt. 9 North to Ticonderoga, a necessary stop for history buffs, and then circle back down, spending about 20 miles on I-74 before zigzagging south via Rt. 9 and Schroon River Road, where you’ll be rewarded with glimpses of sparkling lake shores. You might also want to stop in Bolton Landing for shopping and lunch, or rent a paddleboat to spend a little time on Lake Schroon on your way back.
(Dozens of great campgrounds can be found on our Interactive Map)
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