Schroon River

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The Schroon River (/ˈskrn/ SKROON)[1] is a 67.7-mile-long (109.0 km)[2] tributary of the Hudson River in the southern Adirondack Mountains of New York, beginning at the confluence of Crowfoot Brook and New Pond Brook near Underwood, and terminating at the Hudson in Warrensburg. Its watershed is entirely within the Adirondack Park. The river runs through the towns of North Hudson, Schroon, Chester, Bolton, and Warrensburg.

Interstate 87, the Adirondack Northway, follows the Schroon River valley from Warrensburg to Underwood. U.S. Route 9 takes a parallel course from Warrensburg to Schroon Lake, then follows the river through Underwood.

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  1. ^ Malone, Destiny (May 25, 2012). "The "Official" Way To Pronounce 'Schroon' Lake". Retrieved November 3, 2016. Sharon Piper from the Schroon Lake Bed & Breakfast was courteous enough to help me out. ... "Regarding the correct way to say our town, it is SKroon (like school)," said Piper. "Many people say Shroon (like mushroom) but that is not it, and we snicker behind our hands when people do that."
  2. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed October 3, 2011

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Coordinates: 43°28′50″N 73°48′50″W / 43.48056°N 73.81389°W / 43.48056; -73.81389