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TOBIE Trail  


Starting Point: Thendara  Train Station 

Length:        32 Miles Round Trip 

Difficulty: Easy

Elevation Average: 1,766 ft.  Elevation change: 45 ft. 



Trail head near the Train Station on NYS Route 28 in Thendara.



A recreation path linking the Adirondack communities of Thendara, Old Forge, Big Moose, Inlet and Eagle Bay (TOBIE), the trail is bicycle and pedestrian pathway connecting the communities along a 16 miles from Thendara to Inlet. The pathway utilizes both paved and off-road sections, including an abandoned spur line from the Remsen-Lake Placid Rail Corridor running from the Adirondack Scenic Railroad Station in Thendara to the lakefront in Old Forge. Along this section, the project also involved the construction of a pedestrian bridge over the Moose River where a railroad bridge once stood.


Those with road bikes can enjoy two segments of the TOBIE trail that are paved:

  • Thendara to North Street, Old Forge – 2 Miles

  • Eagle Bay Welcome Center to Arrowhead Park, Inlet – 2 Miles



The portion of the TOBIE Trail from North Street, Old Forge to Rondaxe is CLOSED during hunting season (Sept 15th). The Trail remains open from South Rondaxe Road to Eagle Bay and Inlet. 


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