Adirondack Maps & Guides

Find hiking trails, fishing spots, snowmobile trail networks and more with our Adirondack maps, guides and brochures.

The Adirondack Region offers six million acres of adventure with untold opportunities to explore the mountains, rivers and scenic roadways. Select from our extensive list of Adirondack Region brochures and download a made-to-order vacation. 

Adirondack brochures include detailed maps with helpful tips on what to expect when visiting a specific area for hiking, paddling or fishing. Download any of our brochures for FREE detailed maps and activities that will make your trip one you will never forget. 

Available brochures

Adirondack Great Walks & Day Hikes - from the Adirondack High Peaks Wilderness to the paths less traveled in the Northeast's last great wilderness, find detailed hiking trails for a variety of outdoor experiences, including multi-use trails where mountain bikes are allowed. Hike to waterfalls and along lake shores, enjoy panoramic summit views, easy nature trails perfect for families with small children and historic sites with scenic overlooks. 

Adirondack Waterways - with more than 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 6,000 miles of rivers and streams, finding a paddling route in the Adirondacks is easy. From placid ponds, to expansive and deep lakes with portages to primitive camping sites, find sea kayaking opportunities, back country paddling routes and family-friendly opportunities. This brochure includes helpful tips on what to expect on each recommended Adirondack waterway.

Adirondack Fishing - this is an angler's guide to Adirondack lakes, ponds, rivers and streams. Find fishing charters, guide services, bait and tackle shops, as well as marinas and public boat launches in the Adirondacks. From the legendary fly-fishing found on the Ausable River to the trophy bass pulled out of Lake Champlain each year, the Adirondacks offer incredible fishing throughout the warm and cold weather seasons. 

Adirondack North Country Region Road Map and Scenic Byways & Birding Guide  - featuring a detailed guide to over 100 birding sites in the Adirondacks, from the seasonal habitats of Bicknell's Thrush, to the waterways home to various waterfowl like Osprey, Great Blue Heron and Common Loon. Find specific routes for viewing a variety of species, pictures of birds, as well as information about designated New York Scenic Byways for scenic drives. 

Adirondack North Country Scenic Byways - a companion guide to the Adirondack North Country Region Road Map and Scenic Byways & Birding Guide, discover the scenic byways of the Adirondacks with this in-depth guide detailing the historic significance of each roadway with images and visitor information. Find relevant travel information about restaurants, attractions and lodging options located along each byway. 

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