06-Aug-2022 -- This is the westernmost of the “I-90 Six”: a line of six Degree Confluence Points along the 43 Degrees North line of latitude in upstate New York, all easily accessible from Interstate 90. The last visit to this point was in 2008; every visitor has accessed the point via a private residence on Love Road, to the South. However, satellite imagery clearly shows a utility access path - running West-to-East - that passes just North of the point. Surely this would be a more convenient way to access this point?
Sure enough, this is a good way to access the point. The utility access path (for an underground natural gas pipeline) starts at off W. River Road, at [43.00034,-79.01852], 0.94 miles West of the point. The path is gated shut, but is open to hiking, and was quite easy to hike (even in Summer, with warm, humid conditions, and the grass being long). The path (forming two parallel lines) passes 100m North of the point, leading to an easy hike through the forest.
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.