Cycling the Adirondack Coast

February 17, 2015

Quiet roads with wide shoulders stretch through some of the most gentle lakeside terrain and the steepest mountain climbs. Cyclists pedal past deep Adirondack lakes, soaring mountain peaks and through pristine wilderness without ever leaving the road.  

Picturesque roads wind through miles of farmland connecting family-owned vineyards, orchards and maple sugar shacks.   

Historic towns steeped in early American history and quaint lakeside villages offer plenty of opportunity for rest and recreation along the way.   

The season kicks off in the spring when the snow is gone, trees are blooming and the roads are clear.Getting your own bike adventure rolling on the Adirondack Coast has never been easier, on the website you will find:  • Point-to-point rides, themed routes and loops geared for all skill levels• Downloadable and printable maps• Interactive maps via MapMyRide• Travel deals and tools to plan a cycling vacation

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Amber Parliament

Amber Parliament serves as the Public Relations and Content Specialist for the Adirondack Coast Visitor Bureau, a division of the North Country Chamber of Commerce; she has been with the company since 2012. In this capacity, Amber leads the Visitors Bureau’s public relations efforts in developing and implementing a yearly strategic public relations plan to increase tourism on the Adirondack Coast. Born and raised in Morrisonville, NY, Amber graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2012 with a degree in public relations and organizational communication and minor in marketing. In her free time Amber enjoys the numerous outdoor recreation activities the Adirondack Coast has to offer including hiking, skiing, and kayaking. 

Adirondack Coast Adventures

A Division of the North Country Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 310 |  7061 Route 9 | Plattsburgh, NY 12901 USA