Bloomingdale, Onchiota, Gabriels Loop

Ride along the Saranac River, past farms, wetlands, and meadows. From Bloomingdale, a short climb leads to a gentle downhill run, with mountain views.

Look for the huge split rock, along Split Rock Road.

Add gradual climbs and forest lined roads past Rainbow Lake and Jones Pond. Climb out of Gabriels to a plateau with panoramic views of the high peaks.

LENGTH: 37+ miles round trip, 4 miles of Split Rock Road

DIRECTIONS: Take Route 3 out of Saranac Lake towards Bloomingdale. Turn left at Jones Road/Route 60. Head south along 60/86 back to Saranac Lake.

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