Adirondack Cuisine Trail

Mixing together our region’s varied and most prized food, agriculture and even wellness experiences, the Adirondack Cuisine Trail’s 6 branches each offer unique perspectives, with more than a hint of #ADKCoast flavor.

Sample our far-reaching coastal way of life -- influenced by the plentiful dairy, maple, orchards, hops, cold-hardy grapes and farm-life surrounding Lake Champlain -- spanning all the way from Canada’s border in Quebec, down to Lake Clear and Fort Ticonderoga.

Choose a trail that matches your favorite taste for adventure, or bite into something new.

The choice is completely up to you and your taste buds - or “taste buddies”, depending on the size of your vacation squad.

North Country Cuisine Trail

The North Country Cuisine Trail winds through picturesque roads and quaint villages dotted with unique local businesses serving up extraordinary local products.  Along this route, you'll drink in the history, discover unparalleled flavors and experience life on the farm - a way of life you can only find here.

Champ's Cuisine Trail

Stretching across the western shores of Lake Champlain in the shadow of New York's Adirondack Mountains, Champ's Cuisine Trail offers unprecedented views and endless opportunity to explore the flavors of the Adirondack Coast.  Named for Lake Champlain's infamous sea monster, this trail gives you many chances to spot him along the way!

Ausable Valley Cuisine Trail

Traversing the picturesque Ausable River, renowned worldwide for its trout fishing, this trail stretches from Lake Champlain through the foothills and High Peaks of the Adirondack mountains. This trail will capture the imagination of any traveler who values natural beauty, high quality meats and cheeses, award winning craft beverages and Olympic spirit. Each farm, producer and restaurant represents the best the Adirondacks have to offer!

Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail

Covering some of the most fertile agricultural land in Northern New York, this trail follows the steepest river in New York, the Boquet River. This trail is home to the largest collection of "new" farmers who are rediscovering traditional farming techniques which are producing products in a whole new way. The trail includes two wineries, a brewery, vegetable, livestock and CSA farms, and extraordinary eateries.

Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail

History, food and nature comes alive as the ancient Adirondack waterways forged the paths of the Native Americans, pioneers and lumbermen. Its healing woods created the flavor of the Cure Cottage days with unsurpassed recreation, culture and arts the era of Grand Hotels, historic inns and lodges blossoms.  Savor this through historic farms, great camp dining, downtown eateries & breweries. An historic travel corridor where you can flavor your senses within the vibrant downtowns of Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake to the farm and food experiences of the St. Regis Canoe area - NYS only wilderness canoe region.

Champlain Valley Cuisine Trail

Iconic Lake Champlain is home to some of America's great landmarks and is among the most beautiful bodies of water in the world. The Champlain Valley of New York is the perfect backdrop to experience history, fresh produce, inventive craft beverages, and one of the most gorgeous drives around.

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