Hiking in the Adirondacks
More than 2,000 miles of hiking trails wind through the Adirondack Park
, offering a glimpse into a world pristine and untouched – just as it was hundreds of years ago. Whether you are out to conquer the 46 High Peaks
, backpack through the woods, or just stroll along Plattsburgh’s Heritage Trail
, the Adirondack Coast
offers a wide variety of hiking opportunities.
Explore the region via a wide variety of trails and walking paths. Start Now >
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Ausable Point State Park
Ausable Point Campground campsites offer a shoreline comprised of natural sand and a gentle slope right to Lak...
Less than 10 miles from Plattsburgh, Cadyville Park gives you the opportunity to enjoy a variet...
Clintonville Pine Barrens
A great place for a family hike, this 900-acre pitch pine-heath barrens is one of the best examples of that na...
Standing at 3,830' Lyon Mountain dominates the western sky of the Adirondack Coast. The large massif has l...
New Land Trust
The New Land Trust is a non for profit organization dedicated to developing and sustaining their property for ...
Point Au Roche State Park
With its prime location on the northwestern shore of beautiful Lake Champlain, its protected beach area, as we...
Whiteface Mountain is home to the greatest vertical drop in the east. Enjoy Whiteface Mountain’s 87 trai...
Ausable Marsh Wildlife Management Area