Sagamore Road toward Uncas Road

Follow Sagamore Road from Route 28 and turn right on Uncas Road, which is a dirt road.

At 0.2 mile Uncas Road splits; both forks are gated. Go past the gate on the right. It says private drive, but it is open to bike and foot traffic. After 1.6 miles of mostly uphill travel on the road look for a brown and yellow sign pointing to the right. Veer to the right as the road turns to the left.

Location

From Inlet, take Route 28 north for about 10 miles. Sagamore Road is a right turn off of Route 28.

The best parking is across Route 28 from Sagamore Road, in the Raquette Lake school parking lot.

Distance

It's 2 miles one way from Sagamore Road.

It only takes a couple of hours to complete this trail at a leisurely pace.

Winter Overview

Winter access for fat tire mountain bikes on Sagamore Road is good, but be aware that there is traffic on this road.

Location
Sagamore Road Inlet, NY, 13360

Follow Sagamore Road from Route 28 and turn right on Uncas Road, which is a dirt road.

At 0.2 mile Uncas Road splits; both forks are gated. Go past the gate on the right. It says private drive, but it is open to bike and foot traffic. After 1.6 miles of mostly uphill travel on the road look for a brown and yellow sign pointing to the right. Veer to the right as the road turns to the left.

Location

From Inlet, take Route 28 north for about 10 miles. Sagamore Road is a right turn off of Route 28.

The best parking is across Route 28 from Sagamore Road, in the Raquette Lake school parking lot.

Distance

It's 2 miles one way from Sagamore Road.

It only takes a couple of hours to complete this trail at a leisurely pace.

Winter Overview

Winter access for fat tire mountain bikes on Sagamore Road is good, but be aware that there is traffic on this road.

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