Places you should visit atleast once in Adirondacks
Located just 9 miles northwest of the bustling tourist town of Lake Placid, Saranac Lake is the perfect escape from the..
With the largest vertical drop on the eastern seaboard (measuring 3,430 feet), 87 trails and 11 ski lifts, Whiteface Mountain is a skier's paradise
Whiteface Mountain (Lake Placid)
Nicknamed the "Key to the Continent" in the 18th century, Fort Ticonderoga sits on Lake Champlain and once served as a..
Nestled within the Adirondacks about 21 miles southwest of Saranac Lake, The Wild Center features 81 acres of forest and plenty of wildlife
The Wild Center (Tupper Lake)
Situated in the southeastern area of the Adirondacks, Lake George is a quaint town that packs a big punch in the way of..
For those who are interested in history but don't want to drive too far to find it, John Brown Farm State Historic Site is worth a visit
John Brown Farm State Historic Site (Lake Placid)
Less than 2 miles southeast of downtown Lake Placid, the Olympic Jumping Complex is another popular (and convenient)..
Olympic Jumping Complex
Situated on Mount Van Hoevenberg about 7 miles southeast of Lake Placid, the Olympic Sports Complex is an ideal attraction for those interested in the..
Olympic Sports Complex
For a glimpse into the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Games, make a stop at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum
Lake Placid Olympic Museum