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Wilder Homestead near Malone

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Snowy Mountain is an impressive view by bike or car south of Indian Lake along the Adirondack Trail, Rt 30

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Floyd

Central Adirondack Trail, State Rt. 28, in Oneida County

Historic Floyd is the first community on the byway east of Rome.

Founded in 1796, this friendly community is named in honor of Major General William Floyd, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, who was a large landowner at the time. The local historical society is the place to find out about the Welsh heritage of the area.

The 153- mile Central Adirondack Trail begins in the east in Glens Falls and ends at the western gateway in Rome on the historic Erie Canal. This crescent shaped route brings you through the foothills and mountains of the south-central Adirondack Park. From the east you pass near scenic Lake George, alongside wild, whitewater sections of the Hudson River, and the shores of Long Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Raquette Lake, and the Fulton Chain. The entire route features other numerous lakes and mountain streams that are a paddler’s and boater’s paradise. Plan to spend time at the many attractions on the byway including The Hyde Museum in Glens Falls, the world famous Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, and the Arts Center in Old Forge. Meet local artisans and crafts makers all along the byway, and plan to visit historic Fort Stanwix and The Erie Canal Village in Rome.

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