Hello Guys, I've been working on a project over the past year to create a route around the Adirondacks and link up all of the "legal" dirt and seasonal roads along the way and I've finally got something put together. I have a bunch of additional info and pictures on my website along with a GPX file with tracks for the route. It's still a work in progress but I wanted to get it up since some people will probably want to do some riding around the Adirondacks over the 4th of July and this may be some helpful information to have. http://adventure-science.com/adirondack_ADV_loop.html Please check out all of the links and let me know if anything is broken or if you have questions! I've attached 2 GPX files: ADK_ADV_LOOP_23JUNE2018.gpx Contains tracks of the entire route broken up into 3 sections along with several tracks of dirt roads and trails that are not on the actual route but are fun excursions and worth checking out along the way. This file also contains waypoints for gas, camping, food, etc. Tracks (20 total): ADK ADV LOOP SECTION 1 (Lake George to Keene) ADK ADV LOOP SECTION 2 (Keene to Raquette Lake) ADK ADV LOOP SECTION 3 (Raquette Lake to Lake George) (17) additional dirt roads along the route ADK_ADV_LOOP_DIRT_AND_PAVEMENT_23JUNE2018.gpx Contains tracks of the entire route broken up into separate dirt and pavement sections (39 dirt, 40 pavement). These tracks are included just so you can see where the dirt roads are when looking at the route on a computer and aren't intended to be imported into your GPS as there are too many to be of any practical use for navigation. Tracks (79 total): ADK ADV xxP are all of the  PAVEMENT (blue) sections of the route numbered sequentially starting in Lake George. ADK ADV xxD are all of the  DIRT (red) sections of the route numbered sequentially starting in Lake George.