ROOST - Adirondacks USAWinner will receive hotel and entrance for two at many area attractions

Lake Placid, NY (April 3, 2024) – The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) has established a contest, rewarding one lucky winner the opportunity to return to the region post-eclipse.

People are encouraged to visit the website that ROOST developed to share information about the eclipse ( where they can learn about eclipse-related activities and events taking place throughout the region; while on the site, visitors can also register to win a trip to the region.

The trip package includes a two-night stay at a conveniently located and pet-friendly hotel in Lake Placid, two passes to The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, entrance for two at Adirondack Experience - the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake, two tickets to the Cliffside Coaster at Mt. Van Hovenberg, two passes to the Sky Flyer Zipline at the Olympic Jumping Complex, two tickets for the gondola at Whiteface Mountain and two passes to Ausable Chasm.

According to ROOST Director of Marketing, Michelle Clement, the eclipse is likely to pique travelers’ interest in the area. “It’s likely that many new visitors to the area may be traveling to the region, simply due to the fact that the Adirondack Mountains are in the path of totality,” she said. “We are thrilled that this celestial event is providing an exciting introduction to the region; and we encourage people to consider another visit, to take advantage of exciting attractions and activities. This contest will provide that opportunity for one lucky winner.”

One winner will be chosen from all entrants received. The contest is currently open to anyone who visits the website; it will close at midnight on April 15. 

The Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism is the destination marketing and management organization for Essex and Hamilton Counties, which includes the Lake Placid region, along with the communities of Lake Placid, Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake, all located within the Adirondacks in New York state. 


Jane Hooper, communications manager
Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism
518-621-3662  518-578-6328 (cell)

Photos available here. Credit: Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism, Lake Placid NY