New York



Western border of the Adirondack Park to the New York/Vermont state line.

The North Country Trail here passes through the famed, 6-million acre Adirondack Park. The Trail crosses eight units through the park, each classified as Wild Forest or Wilderness, as well as several easement lands. As the Trail crosses approximately 158 miles of the Central Adirondacks, it offers mountains, spectacular vistas, and remote areas of dense forests rich with many lakes, bogs and cascading streams. Road connectors fill the gaps where trail sections are yet to be built.


Header photo by Mary Coffin

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207 miles (103 off-road, 104 on-road)

Need to Know

Dispersed camping is generally allowed on Forest Preserve (State) land 150 feet from a trail or a body of water or stream. All water must be treated and food and toiletries must be hung high or in a bear resistant container. Do not rely on cell phone coverage.

See the NCTA Flickr, New York album for photos of this region of the Trail. Photos are available for public download and use with proper photographer credit. Please see the NCTA Brand Standards for additional guidance on crediting photos.