Published on October 3rd, 2015 | by I Love Upstate New York


Adirondack Drive

Winding through the picturesque scenery of the Adirondack Park, the Moose River Road offers a scenic fall drive that leads from Port Leyden to McKeever. The road runs parallel to the Moose River and twists and turns through the trees with openings and spots to pull off to view the scenery. Those looking for a little more adventure should continue on Route 28 toward Inlet to climb Black Bear Mountain and see the beauty of the Adirondack Park in the fall. On your way back, a stop in Old Forge for a quick drink or meal is the perfect end to a fall tour of the Adirondacks.

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Adirondack Park travel
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This post was featured in the Syracuse New Times

Check out the other parts of our Fall Escape series:
Part One – Thousand Islands Day Trip
Part Two – The Norridgewock
Part Three – Lake Road to Mt. Hope
Part Four – Adirondack Drive
Part Five – Watertown-Area Daytrip
Part Six – Ferry Ride on Lake Champlain
Part Seven – Lake Placid
Part Eight – Sharon Springs
Part Nine – Fulton Chain Lakes
Part Ten – Autumn Falls

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