For your next group tour plan to explore New York’s Historic Adirondack Coast which stretches across the western shores of the beautiful Lake Champlain and lies in the shadow of the Adirondack Mountains. Lakeside villages, lush orchards and the historic City of Plattsburgh dot the landscape offering unprecedented views and some of the most unique attractions that can only be experienced on the Adirondack Coast.
Step back into the Adirondack Coast's rich history with the area's interactive and family friendly museums. This year marks the bicentennial of the Battle of Plattsburgh during the War of 1812. Previously named a Top 100 Event by the American Bus Association, come join the Adirondack Coast for the Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration weekend. From September 13th to the14th, visit a network of period museums and historic sites, get a taste of history with local culinary delights, and watch reenactments commemorating this battle, and war, that helped shape a young American nation.
If your group has more of an adventurous side, the Adirondack Coast offers a great environment for outdoor recreational activities of all kinds. With varied topography and enough variety for diverse skill levels, the Adirondack Coast makes for some great cycling, especially if choosing to cycle along Plattsburgh's War of 1812 Bike Trail.
Not only does Lake Champlain offer an endless amount of recreational opportunities, but the 3,000 rivers and streams that twist across the Adirondack Coast bring about paddling, fishing and even rafting options. With its natural beauty and picturesque sights, Ausable Chasm is one rafting stop your group can't miss! Choose from a plethora of walking, snowshoeing, hiking, repelling, and adventure tours to embrace the beauty of the Adirondack Coast's natural rivers, rock formations, and waterfalls. Don’t forget that three world class downhill ski mountains also exist right in our backyard.
Enjoy a day driving the scenic roads of the Champlain Valley while sampling the Adirondack Coast's finest wines including award-winning apple and cold weather grape wines. Instead of driving try our new Adirondack Coast Wine Trail, which leads cyclists to seven local wineries and cider houses on quiet roads that offer great views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
Get a true taste of the Adirondack Coast by visiting one of our many delicious local dining establishments or one of our many apple orchards, sugar houses, farmers' markets or road side stands.
Experience it for yourself as you plan your next group tour on the Adirondack Coast.
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