Bloomingdale Bog Bike Trail

An abandoned railroad right-of-way provides easy access to a scenic bog – full of birds, conifers and unique plants – with distant views of surrounding mountains. Pine forests surround the northern portion of the route.

Ends at Bucks Pond Campground. Intersections with roads, heading north: County Highway 55/Bloomingdale Gabriels Road, Bigelow Road, Merrill Road, Oregon Plains Road.

LENGTH: 10.5 miles, one way.

TRAILHEAD: Route 86, Saranac Lake, west of Bloomingdale. At 1.7 miles north of Adirondack Medical Center, turn right and park at gate.

TERRAIN: Sand, dirt, gravel surface, some roots. Walk when things get tough, it will improve shortly!

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Route 86
Saranac Lake, 12983
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