Adirondacks, One Of The World’s Most Scenic Train Rides Is Back Again In 2023

by Tooba Shaikh
Adirondacks, One Of The World’s Most Scenic Train Rides Is Back Again In 2023

Train rides are one of the most fun ways to travel. Sitting by the window and taking in the view, while listening to music or reading is probably one of the best simple pleasures that life has to offer. If you love riding in trains and taking in the view, then we have some good news for you! The Amtrak train that journeys through the Adirondacks is all set to make its comeback in 2023!

Adirondacks Train Route To Resume In 2023

National Geographic dubbed this train route as one of the “top 10 scenic train rides in the world”. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the train was temporarily discontinued. Now, after three years it is all set to return in 2023. It resumed in part in December but it only journeyed to Albany. However, the train will fully resume in 2023. This particular train ride is famous for the views it offers of the Adirondack mountains.

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The Train Will Resume In the Spring Of 2023

The route which is set to resume in the spring of 2023 will stop at Yonkers, Croton-Harmon, Poughkeepsie, Rhinecliff, Hudson, Albany-Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga Springs, Fort Edward, Whitehall, Ticonderoga, Port Henry, Westport, Port Kent, Plattsburgh, Rouses Point, St. Lambert, Quebec, and Montreal. This route takes a total of 10 hours to complete.

As of now, the train only travels to Albany on all days except Saturdays. There are two trains, Train 68 and 69. Train 68 functions from Sunday to Thursday but not on Fridays and Saturdays.  Train 69, on the other hand, functions from Monday to Friday. The menu options for Train 68 on Sundays and Train 69 on Fridays will be limited. To know more, click here.

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