Spring Blossoms on the Adirondack Coast
Spring on the Adirondack Coast is punctuated by longer, warmer days and the smell of apple blossoms in the air, this time of year is all about being outdoors. Break out the wheels and head to one of our Adirondack bike parks or enjoy views of Lake Champlain from one of our many Adirondack golf courses.
Kick off the Adirondack maple season by visiting one of our local maple producers for a wide variety of fresh Adirondack maple products. Get a firsthand look at maple sugaring in the Adirondacks and take some home.
The Great Outdoors
Adirondack hiking can be found everywhere you turn. Enjoy hiking the Adirondacks for an hour or the entire day with routes that can be varied to your ability and time schedule.
On the Green
With Adirondack golfing you can enjoy green, plush, cedar-lined fairways with the scenic Adirondack Mountains
and Lake Champlain as the backdrop. Golfers can hone their skills at Adirondack golf courses such as America’s oldest resort golf course, North Country’s newest 18 hole championship golf course and many more.
Cycling on the Adirondack Coast
From the technical to the tame, the Adirondack Coast offers a wide range of Adirondack road cycling and Adirondack mountain biking. With new Adirondack biking routes that make for a great early morning or a full day of fun, all while enjoying beautiful views of the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain.
The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail
The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail is a perfect way to spend a day exploring the region. The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail
brings connoisseurs to six different Lake Champlain wineries throughout the Adirondacks. These Adirondack Coast Wines are made from cold weather grapes which produce award-winning apple and honey wines.