Directions

map2Driving times

Albany: 2 hours
Boston: 4.5 hours
Burlington: 2 hours
Montreal: 2 hours
New York City: 4.5 hours

Physical Address for GPS: 124 Alstead Hill Lane, Keene, NY 12942 (Sometimes Lane is listed as Road depending on the GPS.)

From the South
  1. Find the Northway (Route 87) that heads from Albany to Canada. Follow it north to exit 30 (two hours north of Albany) and exit at the Lake Placid/Keene exit.
  2. Get onto Route 9 heading north (left off Route 87) and follow it a mile or so to a confusing junction. Bear left through this junction onto Route 73 heading towards Keene and Lake Placid.
  3. Stay on Route 73 through the village of Keene Valley, then through the village of Keene and upon leaving the village of Keene, follow Route 73 approximately half a mile towards Lake Placid.
  4. Where Route 73 bends left a road branches off to the right, which is Alstead Hill Lane. Take this road and follow it a little less than a half mile you will see the Bark Eater Inn road sign just after Lime Kiln Road.
Directions Page - Road SignFrom the North
  1. Find the Northway (Route 87), which runs from Canada to Albany, N.Y. Follow it to exit 34 (Keeseville/Ausable Forks exit) and get onto Route 9N heading south (a left off the exit ramp).
  2. Follow 9N south through Ausable Forks, Jay and Upper Jay, eventually arriving at the village of Keene (thirty minutes from Route 87).
  3. Make a right onto Route 73 and stay on this road approximately half a mile towards the town of Lake Placid. Where Route 73 bends left and begins to climb steeply a road branches off to the right, which is Alstead Hill Lane. Make a right onto this road and follow it for a little less than a half mile.  You will see the Bark Eater Inn road sign just following Lime Kiln Road.

Directions Page - ViewThe closest Amtrak is at Westport, 35 minutes away. For information call 1-800-USA-RAIL or visit www.amtrak.com.

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