Cycle Adirondacks is a week-long, road bike tour through the Adirondack Park featuring daily routes that will allow riders to be immersed in the forests, lakes, streams and abundant wildlife habitat of the famed Adirondack region. The Wildlife Conservation Society created this eco-tourism event to provide a world-class, fully supported cycling adventure that gives hundreds of riders the opportunity to enjoy the Adirondack Park's natural and recreational resources. In addition to fully catered meals and rest stops, nightly entertainment and beer/wine garden, yoga and massage, medical and emergency support, hot showers and full service Cycle Adirondacks camp, local WCS wildlife experts will be on hand all week to provide information on wildlife and other natural history.
The 2017 tour starts and ends in Hadley-Lake Luzerne and includes overnight stops in Ticonderoga, Keeseville, where there will be a Farm to Table dinner, Saranac Lake, Indian Lake, and Northville. There will be a "layover day" in Saranac Lake where riders can pedal an optional route or take the day off the bike and enjoy the amenities available in the towns of Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. Full week and partial rides available.