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 bicycling, 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, rappelling, 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 areas also exist right in our backyard.
The Adirondack’s Most Breathtaking 30-Minute Walk
VIEW 4 STUNNING WATERFALLS FROM STURDY BRIDGES AND WALKWAYS
Easy Access for all walking abilities. Perfect for those who want to see nature without a hike.
• 1/2 Mile round trip to see all waterfalls and return to the main lodge.
• Benches along the path to rest.
• Trail option without stairs for wheelchairs and limited mobility.
Educational. Learn about the history of the river and the unique geology and forestry that created this beautiful place on informational signs along the walk.
In late September and early October, trees along the Adirondack Coast come aglow, showcasing vibrant shades of orange, red and yellow. This is primetime for leaf peepin'!
The historic waters of Lake Champlain stretch 120 miles north to south along New York and Vermont, with almost 600 miles of pristine shoreline and 435 square miles of surface area carving through the Adirondack Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont, making it one of the largest lakes in the U.S. With 2 states, lots of activity and plenty of lake views, why wouldn't you want to loop around the Lake?
Titus Mountain Family Ski Center is an all-level friendly ski mountain in the Adirondacks. Within driving distance from places like Lake Placid, Plattsburgh, Watertown, Northern Vermont and the Canadian Border, Titus offers day and night skiing, a tubing hill, rentals, well groomed trails and the opportunity for your group to have an entire ski mountain to themselves!
With apple blossoms in the spring, U-pick berries in the summer, and wagon rides in the Fall, Rulfs Orchard offers a plethora of activities allowing your group to fully immerse itself in the Adirondack Coast's agricultural way of life. Take a peek at just a few of the activities your group can take advantage of at Rulfs Orchard!
Looking for some stop over ideas on your route through the Adirondacks? Plattsburgh, NY has an ideal location right off of New York's I-87, which runs directly through the Adirondack region connecting us to our New York City friends to the South and to our Canadian neighbors to the North.
Upstate New York is home to an embarrassingly large number of natural wonders to behold and explore - something we are quite proud of as residents! Everyone knows places like Niagara Falls and the Finger Lakes, but did you know you can walk (or climb) along the prehistoric rocks of the oldest natural attraction in the U.S. or that you you can journey along glass walkways to experience 4 waterfalls that cascade into crevices formed billions of years ago? That's right, these adventures are waiting for you and they are all Simply Gorges!
What better way to experience our reds and golds then on our greens. The Adirondack Coast offers championship courses, par-29s and everything in between. Imagine beautiful mountain layouts, green, plush, cedar-lined fairways and New York's highest peaks as the backdrop. Good luck keeping your eye on the ball!
From history and agriculture to outdoor recreation, Peru offers some of the best of the Adirondack Coast in one beautifully wrapped package - apple blossoms, mountains and rolling farmland packaging, that is!
The Adirondacks are known for their rugged wilderness and simple splendor. Witness it firsthand with an exciting blend of animals, aquatics, and adventure.
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