Follow the Yellow Leaf Road

September 4, 2015

Autumn on the Adirondack Coast is characterized by sun-baked days and cool, crisp nights. Flaming reds, oranges and gold’s – the Adirondack Coast’s signature colors of fall – help make this, what is often described as, the most beautiful time of year. Watch the progression of color change as it slowly moves down in elevation, beginning in mid-September in the Adirondack High Peak region through mid-to-late October along Lake Champlain. I encourage you to follow the yellow leaf road, which will lead you to nonstop fun and adventure on the Adirondack Coast to places like:

Chazy Orchards 

Home to the world's largest McIntosh Apple Orchard.

Country Dreams Farm

Get lost in a corn maze. 

Conroys organics

Sample the local harvest. 

Golfing

Check out our greens, reds and golds. 

Rulfs Orchard 

The perfect place to indulge in a slice of hot apple pie, a warm cider doughnut or any other bakery creation. 

The Adirondack Coast Wine Trail

Experience our unique wines. 

Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum

Discover what it was like to harvest in the fall during the 19th and 20th century.  

Lyon Mountain

Enjoy breathtaking views from the top of this steep but rewarding climb.

The Ausable River

A popular spot for fly fishing.

Lakeside Coffee

Warm up with a cup of locally roasted coffee.

Hearts Delight Farm - Miner Institute

Explore the agriculture that not only defines our landscape, but our way of life.

Point au Roche State Park

Scenic day walks along Lake Champlain. 

Microbreweries

Try our delicious craft brews.

You can't go wrong being on the Adirondack Coast in the fall, just remember to follow the yellow leaf road to discover endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, history, agriculture and more! 

 

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Author:
Amber Parliament

Amber Parliament serves as the Public Relations and Content Specialist for the Adirondack Coast Visitor Bureau, a division of the North Country Chamber of Commerce; she has been with the company since 2012. In this capacity, Amber leads the Visitors Bureau’s public relations efforts in developing and implementing a yearly strategic public relations plan to increase tourism on the Adirondack Coast. Born and raised in Morrisonville, NY, Amber graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2012 with a degree in public relations and organizational communication and minor in marketing. In her free time Amber enjoys the numerous outdoor recreation activities the Adirondack Coast has to offer including hiking, skiing, and kayaking. 

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