adirondacks-logo-fall.JPGFall Foliage FAQ, festival line-up and Adirondack lodging available online Adirondack Region, NY (September 15, 2010) - The Adirondack Region of Northern New York offers a longer foliage season than anywhere in the East, and more land to explore than the whole state of Vermont. This year's Adirondack fall foliage is expected to be brilliant and lasting with an array of Adirondack events on tap. is the official website of the Adirondack Region. Visitors can resource a diverse line-up of Adirondack fall festivals taking place throughout the region showcasing the colorful wilderness landscape. They include: The Great Adirondack Moose Festival Sept. 18-19 in Indian Lake offers guided hikes, scenic driving tours, fly-fishing and fly tying demos, a car show, and open houses - not to mention a lot of moose. Adirondack Balloon Festival Sept. 23-26 in Queensbury offers the stunning flight of more than 90 hot air balloons, live bands, children's activities and fireworks all set against the foliage of the Lake George region. Whiteface Oktoberfest Oct. 2 in Wilmington - This Bavarian and Alps extravaganza at Whiteface Mountain offers live music, dancing, Bavarian food, children's activities and vendors. Take in the mountains and surrounding foliage with a gondola ride to the top of Little Whiteface Mountain. Remington Arts Festival Oct. 2 in Canton offers historic tours of the village, wagon rides, children's games, an art show and sale, food, music and special demonstrations. This event celebrates the life and times of famed artist Frederic Remington. Adirondack Harvest Festival Oct. 9 in Blue Mountain Lake offers a step back in time with wagon rides, cider pressing, music, pumpkin painting and so much more at the Adirondack Museum's extensive grounds. Harvest Festival Oct. 9 in Long Lake is a craft show with jewelry, soaps and scents, candles, quilts, table runners, furniture items, syrup, balsam products, and items knitted, crocheted, woven and sewn. Flaming Leaves Festival Oct. 9-10 in Lake Placid is a popular fall event with live music, beer, bbq and a ski-jumping competition. Craft vendors are on site for kids, or take an elevator to the top of the 120-meter ski jump for a panoramic view of Lake Placid's fall foliage. Log on to for complete event listings, Fall Foliage FAQ's, and Adirondack hotel details. An interactive mapping tool can help you plan your Adirondack getaway. The Adirondack Park, named for the Adirondack Mountains that lie within its boundary, offers some of the best opportunities in the United States for both recreation and relaxation in an inspiring natural setting.


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