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Upstate New York travel information
There is no formal New York State definitions. The Manhattanites see everything just off the coast of town as a hinterland. The inhabitants of the northerly areas regard the area just inland. It is not defined by the state, but divided into St. Lawrence, Adirondack and Central New York.
Adirondacks include 8,000 sq. m. of mountain, 6 million hectares of Adirondack State Park, 2,000 walking tracks and several hundred other game. Olympiastätten in and around the city are open to the general public year-round. Children enjoying the Barton Garnet Mine in North River.
Tahawus, a spooky city near Newcomb, houses the ruins of a 19 th cent. blastofurnace and other brick-building. In September Lowville organizes a Fresh CHEESe- Festival with fresh cheeses Bingo, a fresh cheeses litter and a cookery competition. Liverpool Salt Museum is celebrating its place as a salt city near Syracuse.
Snowmobiles have been prepared for snowmobiling for thousands of kilometres, crossing the state of New York, linking cities and ensuring transport even in bad winters. Week-end racing is the order of the day and snowmobiling teams entertain tracks and collect when outfitted. Paths to tavernas, canteens and petrol pumps keep in contact with civilisation even in isolated areas.
Syracuse and Albania's airport destinations are serviced by commuting carriers, large US carriers and Air Canada. From Albany, Cape Air serves the smaller towns of Ogdensburg, Massena and Watertown in the hinterland of New York. Siracusa's most important north-south road through the area is Interstate 81, which connects Syracuse with Watertown.
Northway, Interstate 87, surrounds the area' s easterly border and links Albany with Canada to the north. Amtrak's Adirondack trains stop in towns to the east and the Empire borders the south border of the area. Grayhound has bus and tram stations all over New York State. The Upstate New York has a gentle atmosphere with chilly summer and chilly, snow-rich winter.
Tug Hill Plateau, an area just south of Syracuse and the Adirondacks, lies on the northwest coast of Syracuse at an annual snowfall of 175 inch per year. The mean mountain temperatures are 16° C. The Tug Hill Plateau is located on the northwest coast of Syracuse. It specialises in travel, cookery and interiors.