Explore some of the best touring routes in the 1000 Islands and Adirondacks of New York. Once you find a route you like you can always download the free tank map to bring with you on your tour!
1000 Islands State Forests Loop
Explore the roadways through 16 state forest areas and parks on this route, stopping to enjoy a delicious meal and breathtaking views!
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1000 Islands - Adirondack Foothill Loop
Experience the vast wilderness of the 1000 Islands and the Adirondack Region on this route, from state forests to parks and enjoy unique culinary treats along the way.
1000 Islands Cape Vincent - Carthage Loop
Explore some of New York’s finest treasures, from the Tibbets Point Lighthouse to the Hudson River. Go whitewater rafting or take your taste buds on a culinary adventure.
Central 1000 Islands Loop
Hug around the shore of Lake Ontario, stop to enjoy shopping, dining and attractions at harbor-towns offering a plethora of activities and events.
Northern 1000 Islands Loop
Wind around the St. Lawrence River, tour the Frederic Remington Art Museum and explore the seaway’s mystery-shrouded castles.
Southern 1000 Islands - Oneida Lake Loop
Form a Haunted Mine Trail to historic railways; enjoy the area’s heritage and landscape, entertainment options and dining.
Adirondack Coast Route
Experience the Adirondack Coast of Lake Champlain’s unique culture, from military forts to thundering waterfalls.
Adirondack High Peaks Loop
From Whiteface Mountain to Keene Valley, farmers markets to country stores, explore the scenic peaks and valleys of the Adirondacks.
Adirondack Lakes Loop
Watch otters swim, go on a nature hike, and ride around the endless miles of lakeshore on this route.
Central Adirondacks - Long Loop
Ride through the heart of the Adirondacks, resting at sandy beaches, hopping aboard a scenic train, or enjoy the small-town festivals and hospitality along the way.
Central Adirondacks - Short Loop
Explore the Adirondacks’ Great Camps and history, go whitewater rafting or stroll along main streets for shopping and dining.
Eastern Adirondacks Loop
Ride along the coast of Lake Champlain, sampling wine along a designated wine trail, relaxing at Million Dollar Beach in Lake George, and catching a performance at the Seagle Music Colony.
Northeast Adirondacks Loop
Explore the “Capital of the Adirondacks,” world-class fly fishing streams and attractions that put you on top of a mountain, or next to a thundering waterfall.
Northern Adirondacks Loop
Explore the Adirondacks’ college towns, museums and scenic lakeshores on this route.
Southern Adirondacks Loop
Tour the foothills and lakeshores of the Southern Adirondacks, stopping at historic sites and museums, and take a short trek to waterfalls and picture-perfect vistas.
Western Adirondack Lakes Loop
Ride from the foothills of the Adirondacks to the heart of the region, exploring museums, foodie options and unique shopping along the way.
1000 Islands Wolfe Island Loop (US and CAN)
See both sides of the 1000 Islands and cross five islands via bridge and ferry. Note that border crossing documents are required for inspection at Wolfe Island, Ontario, and Wellesley Island, NY.
The Adirondack Trail travels through the crown jewels of the Adirondacks, through wild forests, along mountain ponds, and around scenic lakeshores for 188 miles.
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The Revolutionary Trail runs through the southern Adirondacks, from east west between Albany and the shores Lake Ontario. This 158-mile ride features a variety of historic cities, scenic valleys, and woodlands.
The 454-mile Seaway Trail travels around Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, connecting endless scenic lookouts, dozens of historic sites, and incredible fishing opportunities. Follow the green-and-white “Footprints and Waves” Seaway Trail signs to guide you on your journey.
Black River Trail
The Black River Trail travels 111 miles from Rome to Ogdensburg near the Canadian Border, riding around deep gorges, majestic river valleys, and the Tug Hill Plateau.
Central Adirondack Trail
The spectacular 150-mile Central Adirondack Trail cuts through the heart of the Adirondacks to provide an unparalleled motorcycling adventure along historic waterways, mountain passes and scenic outlooks.
Southern Adirondack Trail
The Southern Adirondack Trail travels for 112 miles through the southern Adirondack Park, passing through historic towns and picturesque scenery.