Northville–Placid Trail

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Northville–Placid Trail
Length 138.6 mi (223.1 km)
Location Adirondack Park, New York, United States
Trailheads Northville, New York
Lake Placid, New York
Use Hiking, Backpacking
Hiking details
Season Any
Sights Adirondack Mountains, Adirondack Park
Hazards Severe Weather

The Northville–Lake Placid Trail, also known as the NPT, is a lightly travelled foot trail that runs 138 miles (214 km) through the Adirondack Park in northern New York State. It was laid out by the Adirondack Mountain Club in 1922 and 1923 and is maintained by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. From 2014-2016 the southern section of the trail was re-routed to remove most of the road walk into the town of Northville. The southern terminus is Waterfront Park in Northville, NY and the northern terminus is Averyville Rd in Lake Placid.[1]

South to north, it traverses:


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