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Buffalo, New York - Scenic Drives

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  • Several days to fully enjoy this Byway.
  • 518 miles (833 km)

They come with RVs and motorcycles, cars and campers to the Seaway Trail Overview which treks through 518 miles of spectacular scenery through New York and Pennsylvania. Sweeping past Lakes Erie and Ontario, through the Thousand Island Region, past Presque Isle and the Adirondack Mountain Range, thi...

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