Amtrak’s Adirondack Route – NYC to Montreal – To Return in April
After being shut down for the last three years, Amtrak is ready to again roll out the popular Adirondack line connecting New York City and Montreal, along with more than a dozen stops in between.
The Adirondack line was shut down in March of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic due to travel restrictions between the U.S. and Canada. But, Amtrak officials have announced it will be returning effective Monday, April 3, 2023.
Amtrak Line Make its Official Return
"Enjoy nature’s kaleidoscope of colors on the Adirondack, rated a “Top 10 Most Scenic Train Ride in the World” as you discover why hikers, leaf peepers and snow lovers make annual pilgrimages to Lake Champlain’s shores....", Amtrak's official website says.
The description also encourages riders to take-in all the historic sites and experiences along the way, including Saratoga Springs and Ticonderoga, the site reads. The route also includes Capital Region stops in Albany and Schenectady, along with NY North Country destinations like Plattsburgh and Lake Placid.
When Can You Ride This Amtrak Route Again?
While the route is set to return on April 3, Amtrak's official website was not taking bookings for the line as of this posting. Keeping checking their official webpage for updates on availability.
SEE ALSO: Major Upgrades Coming to Amtrak Trains
In case you were wondering, it is possible to take your pet with you on your next trip. Check with Amtrak for full details.
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