As the seasons change, the Adirondack Mountains are ripe for a fall adventure, whether exploring the region while paddling, biking, hiking or fishing. Located just four hours north of New York City and two hours south of Montreal, the six-million-acre park is one of the Northeast's most accessible destinations for outdoor adventure.
Adirondack fall foliage brings colorful leaves, crisp air and cool nights. Expect fall days to be mild, sometimes warm and night temperatures to dip downward – creating ideal conditions for Adirondack camping. Many state and privately owned campgrounds remain open through much of the fall foliage season, from the Saranac Islands Campground, to the backcountry of the Adirondack Wild.
Find towering peaks and uncrowded hiking trails, scenic roadways for bicycling and motorcycling, and annual fall events to witness one of the Northeast's most spectacular foliage transformations in the Adirondacks.
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