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Hiking in the Adirondacks - Hurricane Mountain
Hiking in the Adirondacks - Hurricane Mountain
Jeremy Ackerman
Sunrise Over Lake Pleasant In The Adirondacks
Sunrise Over Lake Pleasant In The Adirondacks
Johnathan Esper • www.wildernessphotographs.com
Springtime In The Adirondacks
Springtime In The Adirondacks
Johnathan Esper • www.wildernessphotographs.com
World-class fishing in the Adirondacks.
Spring Fishing In The Adirondacks
World-class fishing here in the Adirondacks.
Learn More Evan Bottcher
Aurora Borealis Over The Adirondacks
Aurora Borealis Over The Adirondacks
Johnathan Esper • www.wildernessphotographs.com
Heart Lake Shoreline
Sunrise at Heart Lake
Sunrise at the Heart Lake shoreline with High Peaks in the distance.
Johnathan Esper • www.wildernessphotographs.com

The Adirondacks of Northern New York

Summer in the Adirondacks is all about chasing adventure – on mountain trails and mountain bikes, in rivers and lakes, and deep forests shaded by towering pine and balsam trees. Whatever adventure means to you, you'll find it here in Northern New York. Discover new microbrew and wine trails, secluded beaches, and remote islands where you can pitch a tent and watch the sun set and the stars come out.

New This Summer in the ADKs

This summer, the Adirondacks unveil a whole host of new attractions and things to do. First up: Posh Primitive, a new glamping destination in the Lake George Area offering elegant camping in a rustic setting. The Wild Center's new attraction, the Wild Walk, opens July 4th and will welcome visitors to hike along the treetops at the Tupper Lake museum. Beyond, everything from Fort Ticonderoga's new Carillon Boat Cruises to new foodie festivals ensure the Adirondacks are ramping up for an exciting summer season.

Go Outside!

As one of the largest outdoor recreation destinations in the country, the Adirondacks' treasures are found in its mountains, on lakes and streams, and along the thousands of miles of trails that connect the wilderness to civilization. This summer, chase fireflies, try stand-up paddle boarding, hike a mountain or rent a boat and go fishing. Summer in the Adirondacks is a special season, one that can make you feel like a kid again. Now, listen to your mother and go play outside!

The Adirondack Regions
The Adirondack Region is made up of seven distinct regions - each with their own striking landscape and unique visitor experience.
Spanning more than six million acres, the Adirondack Region is the largest park in the lower 48. Like a patchwork quilt, the Adirondacks are made up of seven distinct regional destinations, each offering their own brand of Adirondack adventure. From the Adirondack Lakes Region with more than 600 bodies of navigable water, to the extensive hiking trails of the High Peaks Wilderness in the Lake Placid Region - discover an area as diverse in geography as it is in activities and events. Bicycle between wineries on the Adirondack Coast, or dive to sunken shipwrecks in the Adirondack Seaway near the Canadian Border. You're invited to explore the Lake George Region's family-friendly attractions and discover the Adirondack Tug Hill Plateau's one-of-a-kind recreation opportunities.
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