Indian Lake Loop

  • Type: Rides Un-Guided
  • Tuesday 6/5 - Saturday 6/9
  • Distance: Approx. 145 mi R-T
  • Departure Location: From Your Hotel
  • Departure: At Your Leisure (Lunch available 11:30am - 1:30pm)
  • Return: Approx. 3:00pm


-Returning ClassicIndianLakeB
-New restaurant
-Curvy roads
-Scenic Dams










IndianLakeCThis scenic and exciting minitour is a rider's dream, following serpentine lakeside roads, hopping across lakes via bridges and dams, and giving you excellent views throughout the day. It's one of the best rides in the area. One of the lakes you'll pass is a dammed reservoir, holding 280 billion gallons of fresh Adirondack water, and home to a whopping 46 pound Northern Pike!

Lunch will be at a large new restaurant at the foot of a private ski hill. You will feast on Roast Loin of Pork w/Caramelized onions, Grilled veggie, pasta, and spinach salad, Creamy Macaroni & Cheddar, Southern Style Green Beans, BBQ Boneless Chicken Breasts, Corn Bread & Honey Butter, Banana Pudding, Lemonade, Iced Tea and Soda.

This tour is particularly interesting if you have any friends with ADV motorcycles because one of the DirtDaze tours will emerge from the woods and stop here for lunch. Many of these bikes will climb a ski slope in front of the restaurant, providing you a little extra entertainment! 

WHAT IS AN UnGUIDED TOUR? (psst, it's your best bet to a great day of riding on your own.)IndianLakeD

Americade UnGuided Tours are the best way to experience the Adirondacks or Vermont on your own or just with your friends, without worrying about finding good routes, smooth pavement, great scenery and good food! We've done all the planning for you, including pre-riding all the routes and testing the great lunches (it's hard work, but someone has to do it...).

You leave on your own, follow the detailed maps we provide and arrive at the very special lunch destination where Americade staff will greet you. Enjoy a scrumptious buffet lunch with fellow Americaders and then fun door prizes provided by each sponsor are drawn. Round trip mileages are approximate.

So, if you're coming all the way up to the Adirondacks, why not guarantee yourself a great day of riding?