Surpassed in size only by the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain stretches 120 miles north to south with almost 600 miles of pristine shoreline. Not to mention the countless number of sparkling mountain lakes, all teeming with fish and unlimited possibilities!
Visit during the colder months and you'll see why our favorite color is winter white. the greatest vertical drop in the east. Discover the thrill of dog sledding. Enjoy a romantic sleigh ride or the quiet beauty of snowshoeing – just a few of the activities you’ll experience in our winter wonderland.
This time of year, it’s all about being outdoors. Get your last turns in at the mountain . Break out the wheels and head to one of our bike parks . Or enjoy lake views from one of our many golf courses .
After Labor Day, the Adirondack Coast is painted with brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange. The sun-baked days are ideal for hiking , biking or golfing while a traditional Adirondack campfire warms you on cool, crisp nights.
Whether it's first tracks or last chair, you’ll have access to some of the East Coast’s best alpine terrain via the Adirondack Coast. Fill your ski vacation with challenging drops, long cruisers, glades, bumps or rails.
One sip of an original Adirondack Coast microbrew will have you tasting more than just a local beer. Here, you’re drinking in the best of the region’s heritage and agriculture. Refreshing and nostalgic, microbrews on the Adirondack Coast are sure to awaken your senses -- and your adventurous spirit, too.
Arts & Culture
Immerse yourself in the thriving local arts scene. Soak in some smooth blues and jazz at a bar in one of our downtowns, take in a stage performance at a historic regional theatre, or browse a range of local art galleries.
Winter months on the Adirondack Coast offer some of the year’s best fishing. Experience an Adirondack tradition as colorful ice shanties begin to populate the white landscape in late December, catching an array of fish.