A Virtual Expedition

  • Saranac Lake

    The Adirondacks' Coolest Place.

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  • Adirondack Experience

    Experience It!

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  • Schroon Lake

    Your Adirondack Base Camp.

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  • Whiteface Region

    Get Close.

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  • Tupper Lake

    Connect and Discover.

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  • Lake Placid

    Invent Your Own Perfect Day!

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  • Malone

    The Country Starts Here!

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  • Lake Champlain

    New York's Adirondack Coast.

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A Virtual Expedition

The Adirondacks are a unique patchwork of private and public lands that cover over 6 million acres of New York State, and contain more than 2,000 miles of marked hiking trails, 3,000 lakes and ponds and 1,200 miles of rivers fed by 30,000 miles of brooks and streams.

Early trappers, hunters and writers used local guides and their guideboats to navigate this landscape. Now you can take the controls of this Virtual Adirondack Guide to explore the very real, visually stunning mountains, lakes and communities that comprise the largest protected wilderness in the contiguous United States.

Return often as images are continually added to enhance this virtual expedition!

The Adirondacks are a unique patchwork of private and public lands that cover over 6 million acres of New York State, and contain more than 2,000 miles of marked hiking trails, 3,000 lakes and ponds and 1,200 miles of rivers fed by 30,000 miles of brooks and streams.

Early trappers, hunters and writers used local guides and their guideboats to navigate this landscape. Now you can take the controls of this Virtual Adirondack Guide to explore the very real, visually stunning mountains, lakes and communities that comprise the largest protected wilderness in the contiguous United States.

Return often as images are continually added to enhance this virtual expedition!

The Adirondacks of Upstate New York

Blue Mountain Lake
Crown Point
Elizabethtown
Essex
Indian Lake
Inlet
Keene Valley
Lake Placid
Tupper Lake
Long Lake
Piercefield
Port Henry
Raquette Lake
Ticonderoga
Saranac Lake
Schroon Lake
Speculator
Westport
Wilmington