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Adirondack Specialty & Seasonal Guides

Whether you are visiting the Adirondack region for the first time and need some guidance or you are a local looking for some new ideas for planning your next outing, Adirondack.net has put together these helpful event & seasonal guides to help you get started with your planning.

Fall Guide

Fall Guide

Fall in the Adirondacks is a spectacular time of year for people of all ages. Find fall festivals, activities, great places to hike, bike & more in our fall guide.

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Hiking The Adirondacks

Hiking Guide

Get information on hiking trails including kid-friendly hikes. Get maps, safety tips and much more. Find out why the Adirondacks is such a popular hiking destination.

View Adirondack Hiking Guide »

History Guide

History Guide

Learn more about the Adirondack area's rich history. From the wars that were fought here to historical facts about planes, trains, automobiles & boats. You're sure to learn more about the area.

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Holiday Guide

Holiday Guide

Let us help you enjoy the holiday season without the stress. From party planning to gift ideas, our holiday guide will help you navigate through the holiday season and enjoy it.

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Paddling Guide

Paddling Guide

Get information about various types of paddling. Get maps, top destinations and information on guided tours. It's a great way to see the Adirondacks.

View the Paddling Guide »

Rafting Guide

Rafting Guide

Plan a whitewater rafting trip in the Adirondacks. Find out what to know before you go. Search for lodging and camping packages and more.

View the Rafting Guide »

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Spring Guide

Ready to enjoy warm weather activities during spring in the Adirondacks? Explore our Spring Guide for ideas, things to do, and more!

See the Spring Guide »

Summer Camp Guide

Summer Camp Guide

Learn about Adirondack summer camps and the benefits they can offer children. Get information about day camps, sleepaway camps and more.

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Winter Guide

Winter Guide

The Adirondacks is a four season destination. Find plenty of great things to do during the winter months, go for a sleigh ride, horseback ride, ski, snowshoe and much more! Let the Adirondack Winter Guide suggest some great ideas to get you started.

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coyote in the adirondacks

Wildlife Guide

Because of the wide array of habitats located within the Blue Line, the Adirondack Park is home to a great variety of wildlife. Learn about moose, bald eagles, loons, owls, wolves, beavers, coyotes, birds, and more in our Wildlife Guide! (Photo Credit: Gerry Lemmo)

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Invasives & Harmful Plants

Be on the lookout for harmful plants like poison ivy and invasive species that pose a threat to the local ecosystem.

Browse invasives and harmful plants »

School Closings

School Closings

Get a full list of school closings for the Adirondack region.

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