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Great Lakes Seaway TrailThe Great Lakes Seaway Trail byway parallels the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes in New York and Pennsylvania. This adventure includes Niagara Falls; 1000 Islands; 29 lighthouses; War of 1812, farm, and nature sites; welcoming harbors, world-class sportfishing, bridges/ferries to/from Canada, and the Seaway Trail Discovery Center.
Lakes to Locks PassageMidway between Manhattan and Montreal, the Lakes to Locks Passage lets you experience the interconnected waterway that shaped the destiny of North America. By bike, foot, boat, train, or car, you will discover charming small cities, rural landscapes and Adirondack hamlets with diverse historic, natural, cultural, and recreational sites.
Mohawk Towpath BywayVisit New York s historic canal system and see the locks and bridges that made canal transport possible for almost two centuries. The Mohawk Towpath Byway links scenic, recreational, and historic resources. Architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries endures, as do the landscape and the perseverance of the canal builders.
Palisades Scenic BywayPalisades Scenic Byway in New York is a scenic drive that connects the nation’s most populous city, New York City, to nature. The opportunity for visitors to enjoy the scenic beauty of the byway was the primary motivation for the Parkway’s development and design, as a part of the historic New York State Parkway system. The journey along the byway includes views of the New York City skyline, the Hudson River, the Hackensack River, and more. no other American byway has such a proximal relationship to a large population center, such as New York City, and a magnificent scenic destination.
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