Adirondack Rock & Ice Climbing
The Adirondacks of Northern New York offer some of the East Cast's most challenging rock and ice climbing routes.
At six million acres, hikers, paddlers, skiers, and mountaineers can access even the most remote areas of the Adirondack Park. For rock climbers, some of the best routes can be found deep in the wilderness or right off the highway. Either way - there's always a new line to follow and an interesting way to get there.
In the Adirondack Park, granite is the dominant rock and you'll find steep blank faces, splitter cracks, crags, cliffs that jut out over lakes and very few people. Some of New York's best rock climbing routes can be found right in the Adirondacks.