From the foothills of Lake George, to peaks near the Canadian border, the Adirondack Mountains dominate the skyline in all seasons. In the winter months, you'll find some of the world's best skiing, while summer brings alpine slides, amusement parks and plenty more warm-weather fun. Throughout the year, you can discover thousands of miles of waterways providing endless adventures - think canoeing and kayaking, to windsurfing, sailing and ice fishing.
Or take a hike, covering thousands of miles and opportunities from beginners to expert. Keep busy shopping in village stores and outlets, grab a bite to eat, stop along the Adirondack Coast Wine Trail, or sit out under the stars, breathing in the fresh mountain air. A great choice of accommodations, from campgrounds to resorts, are spread amongst the region reflecting the unique options and the quality of life provided by mountain living.
For more information visit: The Adirondacks Region Official Tourism Site