Cycling around Saranac Lake
Start downtown and head in any direction — the open road awaits! Saranac Lake is a hub for cycling, with a variety of terrain extending to every horizon. There are long straightaways through farm country, twisting backroads that wind and dip through lush forests, and plenty of wide open views across lakes and valleys that are ringed by mountains. In between all of the vistas there are amenities to keep you well-rested and refueled for the next adventure.
Gear up and go
Looking for a quickie? Give the Moody Pond loop a whirl.
For a longer ride take on Route 86 and tour the heart of the Adirondacks on this route.
Treat yourself with the Bloomingdale, Onchiota, Gabriels loop and enjoy a ride to Donnelly’s Corner for ice cream — it's a local favorite!
Enjoy the Mountain and Pond loop — which lives up to its name with a stop at Mount Pisgah and McKenzie Pond.
Looking for support? Try The Weekender at Paul Smith's College!
The Weekender at Paul Smith's College is a fully-supported, family friendly, three-day event that's more than just cycling. Participants can also enjoy hiking and paddling while they're here.