From New York, the train will again run on a scenic route through the Adirondacks
The Amtrak rail route, which National Geographic named one of the "10 most scenic train rides in the world," is returning after a three-year hiatus. Time Out.
Route called Adirondak December 5 resumed only from New York to Albany. But in 2023, the route will be fully operational. And offer a beautiful 10-hour ride through the mountains, from Pennsylvania Station to Montreal, Canada.
Officials say the full route will start operating in the spring. The train will stop at Yonkers, Croton Harmon, Poughkeepsie, Raincliffe, Hudson, Albany-Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga Springs, Fort Edward, Whitehall, Ticonderoga, Port Henry, Westport, Port Kent, Plattsburgh, Rose Point, Saint Lambert and Montreal. This trip will be incredibly scenic.
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“Enjoy nature's kaleidoscope of colors in the Adirondacks. And you'll find out why tourists make the annual pilgrimage to the shores of Lake Champlain. on the Amtrak website. “All along the way, history comes alive in places like Saratoga Springs and Ticonderoga. And the charm of Montreal gives this trip a special international flavor.”
Right now, the route runs from New York City to Albany (train #68) and back (train #69)
Train 68 runs on the route from Sunday to Thursday, with no service on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday departures will offer a limited food menu. Train 69 operates from Monday to Friday, with no service on Saturdays and Sundays. There will be a limited menu on Friday at check out.