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Cross-Country Skiing in the Adirondacks: Trails for Every Skill Level & More

Discover unparalleled beauty across miles of cross-country ski trails in the Adirondacks this year. Safe, fun, great exercise, and socially distant-friendly, cross-country skiing - along with snowshoeing and downhill skiing - is an excellent way to make the most of this snowy season in Northern New York.

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Searching for places to go cross-country skiing? No matter your skill level, you'll find a wide variety of fun trails to explore in the region.
If you're just starting to ski, try out one of these beginner trails! There are plenty of options all around the Adirondack Park.
Many who enjoy cross-country skiing also love snowshoeing. It's an activity that can be done in your backyard or on a trail.
Looking for thrills? Hit the slopes instead this winter and visit one of these Adirondack downhill ski resorts/areas.
Ready to plan a skiing trip to the Adirondacks? Take a look at the area's hotels & resorts and see which one works best for you!

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