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Last Two Weeks in September:

High Peaks Region - Includes the High Peaks proper, as well as the tri-lakes (Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, Lake Placid) area. Main roads include NY 30, NY 86, NY 73 and NY 9N.

Lake George Area - Generally includes the western areas of Lake George as well as Warrensburg and Schroon Lake. Main roads include US 9, NY 8 and NY 28, as well as eastern NY 28N.

Racquette River - Includes Racquette Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Long Lake and surrounding area. Main roads include NY 30, NY 28, and western NY 28N.

Southern Area - Includes Lake Pleasant, Wells, and Indian Lake. Main roads include NY 30, NY 8 and NY 28.

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First Two Weeks in October:

Champlain Valley - Includes the entire shoreline of Lake Champlain as well as the eastern portion of Lake George. Main roads include NY 22 and NY 9N.

Northern Tier - Includes the northern edge of the Adirondack Park up to the Canadian Border. The northern edge extends from Akwasasne to Lake Champlain. Main roads include US 11, NY 30 and NY 190.

Western Section - Generally includes the area between Boonville and Carthage, as well as the surrounding region. Most of this area is west of the Adirondack Park proper. Main roads include NY 12 and NY 26.

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For precise foliage information call the New York State Division of Tourism at (800)CALL-NYS.

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