Spring in the Adirondacks
Spring in the Adirondacks is a time of rushing renewal. When ice and snow melts, it creates class IV rapids on the Hudson River, ideal for whitewater rafting trips. Fishing season begins, and slowly, as the trails dry out from the winter thaw, hikers and mountain bikers return to the woods. It’s also a time when the weather is unpredictable, where the day can be sunny and warm, and the nights bring a late-season snowstorm. Learn how to stay safe in changing conditions, where to find the best craft brews of the spring season, and so much more Adirondack Spring fun.