Fall in the Adirondacks is an enchanting time of year when colorful leaves transform the Adirondack Park into a vibrant paradise. The Adirondack fall hiking season often means less foot traffic on trails, so you can enjoy feeling like you have the view all to yourself for a while. If you're looking to experience the region's array of seasonal festivals and fall events, or in search of adventurous things to do during fall, the Adirondack Region offers the longest fall foliage season in New York State.
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The Adirondacks are home to a wide variety of microbreweries and distilleries offering handcrafted spirits and brews that you can sample on guided tours. From microbreweries with distinctive brews that are renowned throughout the country, to up-and-coming breweries that use ingredients foraged from the Adirondacks to create only-found-here flavors, find a new favorite beer on one of our craft beer tours this fall. Looking for more of a hair-raising experience? Find a few frights and delights when you explore the Adirondacks' top haunted places on a self-guided or guided ghost tour.