This 53-mile sojourn on SR 28 begins in the western portion of Adirondack Park, which covers some 6 million acres in upstate New York. The scenic byway features forest and lake vistas along with distant mountain peaks.
Central Adirondack Trail Scenic Drive encompasses wilderness areas and a few small towns. The highlights of this heavily forested drive are the numerous lakes dotting the route. White, Seventh, Raquette, Utowana and Blue Mountain lakes are visible from the road, and you’ll cross over Moose River more than once.