Adirondack Biking Guide - Trails, Tips, and More
Editor's Note: Please follow the DEC and CDC guidelines to adhere to social distancing while biking and recreating outdoors during this public health crisis. Stick to trails close to home and only bike with immediate household family members. Read more from the DEC »
The Adirondack Park is brimming with opportunities to get outdoors and go biking! Whether you own a state-of-the-art 20-speed titanium frame mountain bike or still prefer the old-fashioned single speed with back-pedal brakes, the experience can't be beat!
Embark on a casual pedal along a scenic back road, or go on a rigorous mountainside downhill trek. No matter what kind of ride you are looking for, there is a wealth of trails, spectacular vistas, untouched wilderness, and colorful scenery that make the Adirondacks a perfect place to go bike riding!
Find biking trails in the northern region
of the Adirondack Park, including the towns of Ausable, Jay, Lake Placid, Plattsburgh, Saranac Lake, and Wilmington.
Find biking trails in the southern region
of the Adirondack Park, including the towns of Chestertown, Lake George, Glens Falls, North Creek, and Warrensburg.
Find biking trails in the eastern region of the Adirondack Park, including the towns of Brant Lake, Crown Point, Hague, Indian Lake, Schroon Lake, and Ticonderoga.
Find biking trails in the western region
of the Adirondack Park, including the towns of Big Moose, Blue Mountain Lake, Eagle Bay, Inlet, Old Forge, and Tupper Lake.
Branch out of the Adirondack Park and find biking trails and hotspots
just south of the region in Washington County and along the Vermont border.
Make sure to be fully prepared before heading out for your ride! Check out our biking safety tips
to ensure you'll have a successful, and safe, experience.