1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Highway
  4. Article 12: State Routes


Section 342-M Portion of the state highway system to be designated and known as the "Central Adirondack Trail"

Highway (HAY)

Portion of the state highway system to be designated and known as the "Central Adirondack Trail". All that portion of the state highway system beginning at the Hudson River Bridge on route nine between the village of Glens Falls and the city of Glens Falls, continuing north on route nine to Lake George; continuing north from Lake George on route nine through Warrensburg; continuing northwest from Warrensburg on routes nine and twenty-eight through North Creek and North River to Indian Lake; continuing west from Indian Lake on routes twenty-eight and thirty to Blue Mountain Lake; continuing southwest on route twenty-eight from Blue Mountain Lake through Inlet, Eagle Bay, Old Forge and Thendara to Woodgate; continuing southwest from Woodgate on route twenty-eight through Forestport to Alder Creek; continuing south from Alder Creek on routes twenty-eight and twelve to Barneveld; continuing southwest from Barneveld on route three hundred sixty-five through Holland Patent to Rome, terminating at the route forty-six, sixty-nine, forty-nine overlap in Rome.