Finding your way to pavement or dirt

Whether a seasoned cyclist or one who dabbles recreationally, discover Malone's roads and trails suited to a variety of ability levels. For local biking tips, along with bikes and parts, be sure to stop in and talk to the locals at one of our sporting good shops

These roads are made for cycling

Malone with its expansive farming, convenient location at the top of the Adirondack Park, and start of the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byways, provides a variety of terrain and directions to go in when planning a bike outing - whether long or short. Want to cycle on a wide shoulder and long stretch of pavement? Check out State Routes 37, 11, or the famed Route 30 - which is home to the 188-mile Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway that begins in Malone and makes its way through the center of the Adirondack Park.

Where the trail ends (and begins!)

With Titus Mountain and the Adirondack Park at its doorstep, this is where the trail begins. Make your way into the Park for a variety of mountain biking experiences. Pick up a trail map from the local bike shop and view the options below.

Whether a driving destination or an epic cycling journey, this highly scenic road should not be missed. This is a wonderful opportunity to... Read More
This 20 mile (one way) route can include a hike up Azure Mountain. A combination of paved and dirt roads creates a difficulty level of... Read More
A delightful 11 mile loop with stream crossings for scenic interest. Begin at the intersection of Town Line Road and Stacy Road in Burke.... Read More
With a difficulty level of beginner/intermediate, this 3.6 mile trail (one way) offers easy cruising on a forest road, with only a few... Read More
This lovely route is a designated Scenic Byway, that runs from one end of the Adirondacks to the other! Broad shoulders, pretty rest areas... Read More
This eight mile loop offers beautiful views of Lamika Lake and a hiking trail to Macomb Dam. Start in downtown Malone, riding north on... Read More
Follow the Salmon River for the first half of this 21 mile loop. This route offers many interesting sights such as Chasm Falls, an... Read More
This eight mile trail can be accessed from Meacham Lake State Campground on NYS Rt. 30. There is a small day use fee. OR Turn west on the... Read More
This 19.5 mile loop has much river scenery and passes the Man Homestead, a pre-1810 home of two famous brothers, doctors of great cultural... Read More
This trail is 2 miles long (one way) and has a beginner level of difficulty. Take a truck trail north for .6 miles to a bridge over the... Read More
This system, comprising 11 miles of trails, is a series of interconnected loop trails which allow riders to select a variety of routes. The... Read More
This little loop offers big vistas for a 5.6 mile ride. At the intersection of Elm Street and Murray Road, form a loop by proceeding east... Read More
This 10.5 mile loop covers some pretty river scenery, stately homes, and moderate hills. From Arsenal Green Park, follow Elm Street to... Read More
This easy trail, 4.4 miles in length (one way,) offers a pretty pond and an old cabin site. Take the middle trail, heading west. There is... Read More
This charming loop covers 40.2 miles, including a stretch along Route 30, but mostly consisting of smaller roads which pass through small... Read More
Welcome to Malone's Amish Country. It's easy to tell by the signs of the horse and buggy. While 11B is a busy road with narrow shoulders,... Read More