Adirondack Mountain Club Adirondacks Trail Guide Central Region

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The Adirondack Trails: Central Region describes 97 public-access trails in the area roughly defined by Long Lake in the northwest, Speculator in the southwest, Warrensburg in the southeast, and Exit 29 on I-87 in the northeast. Trails range from short trips for novices to ascents of the highest peaks in the region.


Find your way around the Central Adirondacks with this guide book. This third edition covers the area south of the High Peaks with NY route 8 roughly forming the southern border. The western border extends from the village of Long Lake south to Sacandaga Lake, with the eastern boundary heading north on US 9 to near Northway exit 29. PRODUCT FEATURES: Edited by Laurence T. Cagle and Neal Burdick 3rd edition 200 pages 5" x 7" Softcover

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ADK guide to the trails within the Central region.


The central region of Adirondack Park, the area covered here, is roughly bounded by the High Peaks to the north and Speculator to the south. Editor: Laurence T. Cagle. Softcover; 197 pages; black-and-white trail maps and photographs; includes corresponding folded topographic map. Adirondack Mountain Club; copyright 2004. Topographic map details: scale approximately 1:62,500; contour interval 20 feet. Map is a composite of USGS quadrangles with updated overlays of trails, shelters and private land boundaries. Access to trails described in this book is from the Adirondack Northway (I-87) and US Route 9 on the east.