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Adirondacks Attractions

There’s no other place in the world like the Adirondacks.

When visiting, remember to keep six feet apart from others not in your party and wear a mask or face covering, and call ahead or check websites and social media to make sure attractions are open and available while staying as local as possible.

Rated a Top 10 American vacation destination by Lonely Planet, this four-season wonderland offers a perfect mix of wilderness and civilization. Activities run from relaxing steamboat cruises on Lake George to extreme tubing at the Olympic Sports Complex. Visitors kayak in pristine lakes, hike the 46 High Peaks, bike between Adirondack Coast wineries, and travel up to the summit of Little Whiteface, where a scenic viewing platform offers a new perspective on Lake Placid.

Explore craft studios, brew pubs, and restaurants in friendly villages like Bolton Landing and Saranac Lake, and one-of-a-kind attractions like Fort Ticonderoga, Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, and the 121-acre Adirondack Experience on Blue Mountain Lake. Accommodations range from lakeside cabins and campgrounds to dude ranches and all-inclusive resorts.

Explore the Adirondacks today!

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