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NY Route 28: Central Adirondack Trail
NYRoute28.com: CentralAdirondackTrail.com
The East-West Site of NYRoutes.com from February, 2003
From the Adirondack Northway, I-87 to the New York State Thruway, I-90
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Covering NY 28 Through the Adirondack Park from Warrensburg to Herkimer & Utica, including Indian, Blue Mountain, Raquette, Long Lakes, Old Forge Now the Catskills from Kingston to Margaretville


NY Route 28 through the Catskill Mountain State Park from Kingston to Margaretville
Kayakers on the Hudson River in Glen Kayakers on the Hudson River in Glen

Why NY Route 28?

  • It's a great, long, fun road to drive.
  • There are plenty of interesting places and cool people to meet.
  • It goes through the less used, less expensive parts of the Adirondacks.
  • The wilderness areas are less crowded, unlike the High Peaks mob scene.
  • There are good properties for sale at reasonable prices in the Park.
  • Follows the Hudson RIver on the East Side then the Moose River & Fulton Lake Chain on the west
  • Follows a Really Strange Route Through the Adirondacks, Mohawk Valley & the Catskills
  • Why Not?
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A Guide to the all the natural wonders, towns and villages, shopping, services and outdoor fun along the main East-West, Central Adirondack Trail, route through the Adirondacks

Serving all folks: Tourists, Residents, Hunters, Fishermen, Vacationers, Settlers, Outdoorsmen and other lovers of the rugged outdoor life