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Generally you will reach the town of Albert, go to the town of Lakeside, go to the town of Burgundy, go to the town of Francis, nh, go to the town of Villington, vt and then back to Albert. I also wanted to go to Stowe, which one should absolutely see on this itinerary. Note that the trip to L.P. alone will take quite a while, probably longer than it will appear on a chart.
These curvy alpine routes are slowing down your journey times. You can visit Fort Ticonderoga and Aussable Chasm while still on the New York side of the lake, according to the itinerary. I suggest taking one of the ferryboats across the sea to Vermont. When you take the Burlington River Cruise, you have a lot to see in Burlington city centre.
Brief southerly to Shelburne, where you can visit the Shelburne Museum. Further southwards is the Champlain Maritime Museum in Vergennes. I' m not acquainted with the place you were mentioning in New Hampshire, so I'm not sure what itinerary you' ll take via Vermont, but if you're in the area, I'd suggest a visit to the Lost River, NH, for some walking in a lovely area.
From Lake Placid take the one-way ride up the Whiteface Mtn highway, go up or take the lift for great views. Be sure to take the carboat from Lake Champlain to Burlington. It takes about 35 min to Stowe, an Alp slides (like the Olympic Games) over Mt Mansfield or up the street for another view back to NY & the Adirondacks.
Excuse me, you mean Franken, NH? Yeah I know its a lot but I like riding and seeing scenery and I hope its not going to be more than 2 hrs per day on any given date. Map Quest estimated the trip from Albany to Lake Placid to be about two and a half hour, but if I recall rightly the last trip we made (about three years ago), it took a lot longer.
Please review the timetable of the boat for information about schedules and schedules. The Port Kent Burlington boat will be leaving mid-October. When in Lake Placid, make sure you visit the new Adirondack Natural History Museum in Tupper Lake. Drove hundred of minutes from ALB to Lake Placid and never drove it to us longer than 2 and 1/2 h.
It took four at one time, but it was during a snowstorm, so it doesn't matter how you drive in October. I will be pleased to tell you our favourite itineraries if you are interested in travelling mainly on small narrow streets from Lake Placid to Burlington, then to Franconia and back to Vt and back to ALB.
The streets are popular all year round, but the first weeks of October are always amazing. Wish I was there at the same one. On the way from Burlington to Franconia you can stop in Stowe. From Burlington to Franconia it takes a little over two hour, and if you want to stop in Stowe, you need many more than that.
It' a great trip from Lake Placid to Burlington to Stowe to Franken (all seasons). However, at this season, when you have to stay in the driveway to see the all-round beauties, it wouldn't be a terrible notion! I' m planning a trip on a boat across Lake Champlain to Burlington.
I' m only stayin' one at a time except Burlington, I' m stayin' two.