One of the most breathtaking sites in all of the Adirondacks takes place between the towns of Hadley and Lake Luzerne. This is the site of Rockwell Falls, a 10-foot waterfall just upstream from the meeting point of the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers.
Not only are the rivers a primary source of beauty in Hadley, but they also provide plenty of opportunities for water-based activities such as paddling and fishing. Winter brings snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in addition to ice fishing.
Up for a hike? Hadley is home to the historic Hadley Fire Tower atop Hadley Mountain. History buffs will also want to check out the Bow Bridge, built in 1885.
Flickr Photo by Magnum45