New York State Route 344

New York State Route 344

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New York State Route 344

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New York State Route 344 (NY 344) is a state highway located in Columbia County, New York, United States. The route is in length and serves primarily as an access road to the Bash Bish Falls state parks on both sides of the New York – Massachusetts border. The western terminus of NY 344 is at NY 22 in Copake. Its eastern terminus is at the Massachusetts state line, where it continues into Bash Bish Falls State Park as Falls Road, a locally-maintained highway. NY 344 was assigned ca. 1932 and extended to its current length by 1953 after NY 22 was rerouted to bypass Copake Falls.

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NY 344 begins at an intersection with NY 22 in the hamlet of Copake Falls. The road heads to the southeast, turning eastward into Taconic State Park. NY 344 intersects with a few local roads at the border of the park, where it runs along the base of Sunset Rock, an high, dual state mountain. The route continues eastward, along the base of Cedar Mountain before beginning to ascend up the mountain. While climbing Cedar Mountain, NY 344 crosses into Massachusetts and becomes the unnumbered Falls Road, a local roadway providing access to Bash Bish Falls State Park.


NY&nbsp;344 was assigned ca. 1932 to a long highway extending from Copake Falls in the west to the Massachusetts state line in the east.<ref...
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