Traversing the Adirondacks via Northville, Speculator, Indian Lake, Long, Tupper Lake, Paul Smiths to Canada

Downhill into Speculator Downhill into Speculator, with Lake Pleasant in the background
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Looking South towards Blue Mountain, click for huge, 2MB picture
Looking South towards Blue Mountain
Coming from Long Lake
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NY 30 Facts:
  • It starts in the Southern Tier, off of NY 17, the Southern Tier Expressway
  • The Adirondack Park parts are in Fulton, Hamilton and Franklin Counties
  • 30's extension into Quebec, PQ 138, is over 865 miles long, goes thru Montreal & ends up near Labrador
  • Just south of Tupper Lake, NY 30 crosses into the corner of Saint Lawrence County, for less than a mile
  • Hamilton & Essex Counties are the only ones totally in the park, and Hamilton is the 3rd largest land wise with the smallest population in NY State
  • The Adirondack Trail is NY 30A from Mayfield south to the Thruway.
  • is a Japanese motorcycle shop, in case you forgot the NY....

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Outdoor Activities

Services & Shops

Topographic Maps

Towns and Villages

DUI Resources and Education
Licensed Outdoor Guides
XC Skiing
Downhill Skiing
Hiking & Backpacking
Horseback Riding & Dude Ranches

NY 30 Section Topographic Maps:

Thruway to Mayfield
Mayfield to Hope
Hope to Speculator
Speculator to Indian Lake
Indian Lake to Long Lake
Long Lake to Tupper Lake
Tupper Lake to Paul Smiths College
Paul Smiths College to Canada via Malone
Inns, Resorts, Bed & Breakfasts
Motels and Cabins
General Stores
Gas Station/Convenience Stores
Real Estate, Vacation Rentals
Hardware & Building Supplies
Gifts, Furniture & Antiques
Insurance And Financial
Culture & Entertainment
24 Hour Stores
Free Want Ads
Northville, Great Sacandaga Lake Topographic Map
Hope, Great Sacandaga Lake Topographic Map
Wells Area Topographic Map
Indian Lake Topographic Map
Horseshoe Lake
Speculator Village Area
Long Lake
Big Tupper Ski Resort Topographic Map
Tupper Lake
Ampersand Mountain
Blue Mountain Lake
Robert Moses State Park and St Lawrence River Topo Map
Saranac Lake Village
Upper Saranac Lake Topo Map
Tupper & Saranac Lake 1985 USGS Quad
St. Lawrence County Road Map
Amsterdam-Mohawk Valley
Northville, Northampton & Benson
Hope & Wells
Speculator & Lake Pleasant
Indian Lake
Blue Mountain Lake
Long Lake
Tupper Lake
Tupper Lake Webcam
Big Tupper Ski Resort
Other Useful Links About Route 30
Driving Rules and Tips
Responsible Drivers Information Guide
Winter Tips
Other Links of Interest
Saranac Lake Chain District, Lake Clear Junction
Paul Smiths, Saint Regis
Town and Village of Malone
Constable, Trout River - Canadian Frontier
St. Lawrence Co. Towns Cranberry Lake, Childwold, Massawepie
Wanakena, Star Lake & Newton Falls
Potsdam via Colton
Canton from Colton
Massena, Robert Moses State Park, St. Lawrence Seaway
Great Side Routes Saranac Lake Village, Ray Brook, St. Armands
NY 86 to Lake Placid on
NY 37: Saint Regis, Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation, Westville, Fort Covington
Horseshoe Lake
NY 458 to St. Regis Falls

Why NY State Highway 30?

A Guide to the all the natural wonders, towns and villages, shopping, services and outdoor fun along the main North-South blue route through the Adirondacks
Serving all folks: Tourists, Residents, Hunters, Fishermen, Vacationers, Settlers, Outdoorsmen and other lovers of the rugged outdoor life