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Vacation Upstate NY Adirondacks mountain lakes

An hour East of the Thousand Islands in the Northern Part of the State, the Adirondacks  invite you to choose your adventure any time of year. Traveling through the area is an easy journey from every direction, and recreational activities  are often accompanied by driving through spectacular mountainous and lakeside terrains.

 

Towns like Lowville  offer mouthwatering dining experiences as well as unique attractions for the entire family, and 32 of the wettest and wildest water rides in the Eastern United States are found in Old Forge  at the spectacular Enchanted Forest Water Safari In the charmingly rugged yet sophisticated village of Lake Placid, you'll discover the site of the 1980 Olympic games, year-round entertainment, and a hub for snow sports, lakeside activities, and other outdoor pursuits.
 

            


Boasting beauty and a diversity like nowhere else, the Adirondacks will surely bring out the adventurer in you! During the Spring and Summer months, mountain climbing, hiking and biking are popular; and the innumerable rivers & lakes, mountains and valleys offer incredible opportunities for fishing, golfing, canoeing in crystal clear mountain waters, kayaking down river rapids, diving to sunken shipwrecks, wildlife observation, camping  and more. As the snow begins to fall, the inspiring beauty and recreational challenges of Whiteface Mountain  should not be missed.
 


In the Winter months, Skiing and Snowmobiling  rule as the abundant snowfalls bring nearly 600 miles of snowmobile trails to life, transforming the Adirondacks and northern Tug Hill Plateau into a winter playground for all ages.

 

Enjoy some of the Finest Skiing in the Eastern U.S. from December through late April at Whiteface Mountain >

 

Even the term "Vacation"  is said to have originated in the Adirondacks, when overheated patrons in the Early 1900's would "vacate" their New York City dwellings on hot Summer days and retreat to the refreshing climate of the Northern woods!

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