When Mother Nature casts her golden spell beckoning you to connect, a morning's drive will take you to the Northeast's longest and most spectacular fall experience.
Fall in the Adirondacks is not just about the stellar vistas, or mountainsides blanketed in vibrant foliage. It's about the exciting opportunites that await on the hiking trail and off.
Explore world-renown museums and galleries including The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, and The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, travel back in time at Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain and tour century-old Great Camps, like the National Historic Landmark Great Camp Sagamore in Raquette Lake.
This Fall, spoil yourself in New York State's unspoiled Adirondacks.
Prospect Mountain, Lake George Region
Views From Up High, Lake Placid Region
5 Point Buck, Tug Hill Region
Mountain Biking, Adirondack Lakes Region
Fall Scenic Flights, Adirondack Coast