If you’re looking to go the distance on your cycling trip, let us guide you along our longest routes. Turn-by-turn directions to many of our bike routes can be found through their links.
43 mile, difficult cycling route, requiring some demanding climbing around the 3,820’ Lyon Mountain. Heading up gives you amazing panoramic views while heading down gives you a cool-down from the long ride.
44 mile, moderate ride that will excite your taste buds with local foods. Starting and ending at the local foods market, Conroys Organics, you’ll cycle past breathtaking views and along backcountry roads. Stop in at Lakeside Coffee on your way to enjoy great sandwiches, salads, coffee, and smoothies.
45 mile, difficult cycling route including some up-hill battles and some cruising downhill. The views of the Adirondack High Peaks and Chazy Lake make this long trip worth the cycle. On your way, you can freely use the Macomb State Campsite and Day Use area to catch your breath.
83 mile, moderate route that has sites and sips all along the way. Beginning in Mooers at Storehouse Vineyard, you will cycle your way past six other wineries between the shores of Lake Champlain and the peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. After such a long cycling trip, don’t forget to grab a glass of wine and relax along the way.
345 mile route from New York City to Montreal. And scenic is certainly part of the description for this route. Riding along Lake Champlain for the majority, Route 9 offers a cyclist the opportunity for a very long, beautifully scenic ride. But even if you go only one mile on this path, you’ll take in some stunning views that exemplify the Adirondack Coast region.