According to Road Curvature this is the twisitiest road in all of New York state, via their algorithm calculations. It's a decent road with sandy edges, but no real issues other than the north end being lumpy and a decent pot hole some where in the middle.
Lots of boats are around the area, and it does shrink down to 1.75 lanes, or so, on the north end, so be careful.
All in all, if you're thirsty for twisties in upstate NY...this is your playground, because there ain't much else around, really.
A good road that would be better with newer pavement, as of 5/2021. You go up to above 5,000 feet, so be prepared for a temperature drop, if you're on a motorcycle. The traffic is fairly light, though there seems to be a fair amount of people at the top.
My YouTube video will tell you more than I can. (And there's hundreds more videos where that came from.)
What a road. Twisties, scenery, perilous drops, a waterfall and nice houses etc. This road was a real treat. It keeps you on your toes while at the same time wowing you with everything around you. Attack it, within reason because this is a mildly residential area, or just putz around and see the sights. Whatever type of riding you do, you can get it done with a smile on your face on this road...
Be sure to check out my YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/AkumuX) for lots of other road videos from the area, as well as TN, VA, WV, OH & PA.
I view this road as high risk, high reward. It has twigs, branches a downed limb or two and dirty sides, but the road SURFACE (the actual pavement) is smooth and the twists just keep on coming.
I did this road in a car and had zero problems, but those on a motorcycle may wish to take care. Perhaps the road will be cleaned up when you visit it? It wasn't just 'stuff blown down from a storm' type of neglect, but seemingly accumulated neglect, so be careful.
Challenging corners, some good straights, wonderful scenery, keep an eye on gas gauge! Few peg scrapers, and...deer!