Our Adventure Hub
A curation of all things related to the Adirondacks and the outdoor recreation opportunities across the region.
Hiking opportunities in the Adirondack Park are innumerable. From short 0.5-mile jaunts to multi-day 25-mile backpacking trips, there are hikes for all ages and abilities.
Created by the New York State legislature in 1892, the Adirondack Park covers 9,375 square miles, an area more than double the size of Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined.
With the rise in popularity of microbreweries, the Adirondack Park has experienced a boom in locally produced beer. The breweries, in concert with the wineries and distilleries peppered throughout the Park, provide plentiful options for tastings or tours.