Length of Trip: (Montreal - Albany - New York)
Reserved Coach Seat
Note: Not all trains offer all accommodation types.
The Adirondack travels daily from New York City, through the lush wine country of the Hudson Valley, into Montreal. Heading north, you're scheduled to depart New York's Penn Station in the morning and arrive in Montreal in the evening. Or, board the southbound train anywhere along the line and arrive in mid-town Manhattan in time to enjoy dinner and nightlife in New York City.
Convenient connecting trains at New York extend your reach to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC.
This train takes part in Trails & Rails, an innovative partnership program between Amtrak and the National Park Service. This program provides educational opportunities to Amtrak passengers for the purpose of fostering appreciation of America's natural and cultural heritage. More information is available at the Trails & Rails Partnership web site.
Volunteer park rangers provide a narrative between Croton-Harmon and Plattsburgh, NY.
For more information, please download the Adirondack Route Guide or Amtrak's National Route Map.
New York, NY (Penn)
Port Henry, NY
Port Kent, NY
Rouses Point, NY
Saratoga Springs, NY
Fort Edward, NY