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Brochures & Guides to the Adirondacks

Find the perfect hiking trail for a leisurely mid-summer afternoon, or locate historic sites and cultural centers - all with the Adirondack region's informational brochures. From the best fishing streams to remote paddling routes, use these guides to start planning your Adirondack vacation!

Adirondack Fishing Guide

Plan your next fishing adventure in the Adirondacks! Over 3,000 lakes, ponds and rivers to explore and fish species from native brook trout to monster walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and Northern Pike are ready for you to explore.

Adirondack Hiking Guide

This guide will help you find the best hike or walk in the Adirondacks. It is a great resource for hikers regardless of skill level. Find the perfect hike for your group, whether it's a leisurely stroll near a quiet lake or a more advanced trail along a waterfall.

Adirondack Paddling Guide

Your guide to the thousands of lakes, ponds, and rivers ready for your kayak, canoe, SUP, or other non motorized water craft! From multi-day paddling trip to road-side boat launches for a short adventure, there is much to be enjoyed here in the Adirondacks.

Adirondack Scenic Byways Roadmap

The most comprehensive road map to explore the Adirondack's 14 New York State Scenic Byways. Discover off-the-beaten-path attractions, charming hotels and historic sites, along with great wildlife and birding spots along the way.

Adirondack Scenic Byways Travel Guide

Drive along the Adirondack's 14 New York State Scenic Byways and discover off-the-beaten-path attractions, charming hotels and historic sites. The byways each represent a different theme: scenic, natural, recreational, cultural, historical or archaeological. New York state boasts two National Scenic Byways and an All-American Road, the latter passes through the Adirondacks and holds the nation's highest designation.

Adirondack Yesteryears Guide

The history of the Adirondacks is as diverse as its geography. You'll find forts, museums, historic homes and "Great Camps," excursion railroads and even sunken wrecks in the Adirondacks. Events ranging from Woodsmen's Field Days to the No-Octane Regatta to a French and Indian War Encampment bring history to life.

Birding Brochure

Do you have any native Adirondack species on your life list? Find out! Download our essential Birding Brochure featuring a guide to more than 100 Adirondack Birding Sites, with a map of the area, species identification information, and more.