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.

- EMS

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

- Appalachian Outdoors

ADK guide to the trails within the Central region.

- GearX.com

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.

- REI