Bike Routes in Warren County NY and surrounding area

West River Road

  • Distance: 21 miles,
  • Climbing: 500 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 5%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street,
  • Location: Fort Edward, Schuylerville

Details

Betar Byway

  • Distance: 4 miles,
  • Climbing: 150 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 9%,
  • Surface: paved and dirt trail,
  • Traffic: mostly separated from traffic, some on street,
  • Location: South Glens Falls

Details

Champlain Canal between Fort Edward and Fort Ann

  • Distance: 24 miles,
  • Climbing: 250 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 2%,
  • Surface: stone dust, dirt road, paved,
  • Traffic: mixture of separated from traffic with some lightly traveled roads,
  • Location: Fort Edward, Husdon Falls, Kingsbury, Fort Ann

Details

North Creek – Olmstedville

  • Distance: 15 miles,
  • Climbing: 1100 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street,
  • Location: North Creek, Olmstedville

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Rush Pond & Halfway Brook Trails

  • Distance: 7.5 miles,
  • Climbing: 600 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 10%,
  • Surface: gravel, some paved
  • Traffic: mostly separated from traffic, some on street
  • Location: Queensbury

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South Glens Falls – Palmer Ridge Loop

  • Distance: 31 miles,
  • Climbing: 800 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 4%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: South Glens Falls, Fort Edward, Gansevoort, Wilton, Moreau

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Schroon River – Bean Road Gravel Loop

  • Distance: 18 miles,
  • Climbing: 1000 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 10%,
  • Surface: paved, gravel, & seasonal roads,
  • Traffic: with traffic
  • Location: Bolton Landing, Chestertown, Horicon, Brant Lake, Warrensburg

Details

Lakes & Farms

  • Distance: 26 miles,
  • Climbing: 1200 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 9%,
  • Surface: paved, less than 0.3 miles of dirt road,
  • Traffic: mostly on street, some separated from traffic
  • Location: Lake George, Queensbury, Kingsbury

Details

Schroon – Brant Lakes Loop

  • Distance: 50 miles,
  • Climbing: 1968 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 6%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Brant Lake, Adirondack, Schroon Lake, Pottersville

Details

Palisades Road

  • Distance: 15 miles,
  • Climbing: 450 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 3%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Brant Lake

Details

Rivers and Lakes

  • Distance: 41 miles,
  • Climbing: 1500 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 5%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Warrensburg, Chester

Details

Three Lakes

  • Distance: 32 mi,
  • Climbing: 930 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 4%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Brant Lake, Chestertown, Loon Lake, Pottersville, Schroon Lake, Adirondack

Details

Schroon River Rd to Schroon Lake

  • Distance: 20 miles,
  • Climbing: 700 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 3%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Horicon, Chestertown

Details

Glen-Athol

  • Distance: 22 miles,
  • Climbing: 1100 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Warrensburg, Athol, The Glen

Details

Warren County Bikeway

  • Distance: 20 miles,
  • Climbing: 400 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 4.5%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: mostly separated from traffic, some on street
  • Location: Lake George, Queensbury, Glens Falls

Details

Lake George / Bay Road / Bikeway

  • Distance: 17 miles,
  • Climbing: 900 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Lake George, Queensbury

Details

Warrensburg – Chestertown Loop

  • Distance: 32 miles,
  • Climbing: 1300 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 5%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Warrensburg, Chestertown

Details

Schroon Lake Loop

  • Distance: 26 miles,
  • Climbing: 1300 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Schroon Lake, Adirondack, Pottersville

Details

Queensbury / Champlain Canal Lock 9 Loop

  • Distance: 30 miles,
  • Climbing: 1250 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: mostly on street, some separated from traffic
  • Location: Queensbury, Kingsbury

Details

Feeder Canal Towpath Trail

  • Distance: 18 miles,
  • Climbing: 300 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 6%,
  • Surface: stone dust, some paved
  • Traffic: predominately separated from traffic, some on street
  • Location: Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward

Details

North Creek – Irishtown

  • Distance: 31 miles,
  • Climbing: 2100 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 10%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: North Creek, Olmstedville, Irishtown

Details

Stony Creek Loop

  • Distance: 47 miles,
  • Climbing: 2500 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 7%,
  • Surface: paved,
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Lake George, Queensbury, Lake Luzerne, Hadley, Stony Creek, Warrensburg

Details

Three Mountains

  • Distance: 44 miles,
  • Climbing: 4500 feet,
  • Maximum grade: 16%,
  • Surface: paved
  • Traffic: on street
  • Location: Hague, Bolton, Horicon

Details

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