Adirondack Family Hikes
Some of the best hiking in the Adirondack Region is found off the beaten path - outside of the area known as the High Peaks Wilderness. The six-million-acre Adirondack Park boasts over 2,000 miles of hiking trails that cater to a wide range of abilities - from universally accessible nature paths to mountain climbing routes. From easy to difficult, find a hike that fits your family's skill level.
Whether traveling from the summit of Mt. Marcy (New York's highest peak) or simply enjoying a leisurely stroll through the woods - get outside and enjoy a day of hiking in the Adirondacks with your family and friends.