The Blueberry Trail also has a lean-to.
Winter on a trail
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Blueberry Trail
Coreys Road, Tupper Lake

Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.

Getting there

This is the same trailhead as the Seward Range, four summits that are part of the Adirondack High Peaks. 

Take Route 3 east of Tupper Lake for 8 miles. The intersection is marked Indian Carry Road to the north, and Coreys Road to the south. Turn onto Coreys Road. The trailhead is 5.6 miles down Corey's Road/Ampersand Road.

By the numbers

  • Distance: 9.2 miles
  • Elevation gain: 725 feet


This hike travels through the forest in the High Peaks, leading to the Blueberry lean-to. With only 700 feet of elevation gain, this is a good, friendly hike. Also suitable for younger children who can handle the distance.

Trail running

From April to October this is an excellent there-and-back trail.


Blueberry lean-to is along the trail and makes a great overnight or lunch spot.


During some winters, Corey's Road is closed beyond the gate, adding an extra 3 miles each way to your trip. If the gate is closed, you'll need to park further up the road in the designated lot.

Lean-tos, Wooded Sites
The Blueberry Trail also has a lean-to.
Winter on a trail
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