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Wilder Homestead near Malone

The NYS Zoo at Thompson Park near Watertown

Whiteface Mountain Bike Park - 27 diverse trails that range from hardcore to cruisers, something for every ability, along the Olympic Trail

Scenic Byway Travel Guides

Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Hightlights

Explore and learn about natural resources.

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Points Saillants de la FaunePoints Saillants de la Faune

Explorer et d'apprendre sur les ressources naturelles.

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Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway brochureThe Adirondack Trail

Enjoy the route's historic, cultural and natural resources.

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Tupper Lake BrochureVisit Tupper Lake

Enjoy the many activities and events around Tupper Lake.

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Olympic Byway Waterways brochureWaterways

Paddle the waterways along the Olympic Scenic Byway.

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Tupper Lake brochure in FrenchVisitez le Tupper Lake

Appréciez les activités de Tupper Lake.

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Stop the Spread of Invasive Species: Make it a Priority

Adirondack North Country Invasive Species Alert Invasive species pose a key threat to the scenic, recreational, and natural qualities that draw visitors to Adirondack North Country Scenic Byways. Unchecked, non-native species will alter this amazing landscape. Invasive species rank as a top threat to biodiversity and significantly degrade resources by ruining scenic vistas, clogging waterways, reducing native plants, and disrupting the habitat of birds and other wildlife. Kayakers, canoers, boaters, birders, fishermen, hikers, campers, bicyclists, and water recreationalists can help to care for these irreplaceable natural resources.

The Adirondack North Country Association encourages all Scenic Byway travelers to learn about how to protect their favorite natural resources. The Adirondack North Country Invasive Species Alert was created to help raise awareness of the problem and to empower each visitor and resident to do their part to help stop the spread of non-native species as they tour the region.

We encourage you to take action and learn more about invasives species by visiting the websites listed below. These organizations are just a few of the many groups who are working to assure the long term control of invasive infestations along our region's travel corridors.

The Adirondack North Country Invasive Species Alert was administered by the Adirondack North Country Association with funds provided by the New York State Department of Transportation from a grant to the NYS Scenic Byways Program through the Federal Highway Administration and The Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century.
 

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