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Adirondacks Area Map - Lake Placid Lodge

Getting To & Around Adirondacks

The best way to get around the Adirondacks is by car, whether it be your own or a rental. Having your own set of wheels enables you to experience the region's gorgeous scenery at your own pace. Plus, the Adirondacks' ideal location (just five hours northwest of Boston and four hours north of New York City), makes the area easily accessible in a day's drive. That said, hopping on the Amtrak from New York City's Penn Station to Lake Placid is an excellent alternative if you don't plan on bringing a vehicle. Another option: flying into Adirondack Regional Airport (SLK) in Saranac Lake or Plattsburgh International Airport (PBG) and renting a car from there. Either way, you should plan to get behind the wheel if you're looking to visit a variety of areas and attractions. If you would rather get the lay of the land from the sea, you'll find boating is a popular means of getting around specific regions.

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