Summer & Fall
The Adirondack park offers some of the best hiking in the East with over 2000 miles of marked hiking trails. The most exclusive of these trails are the region trails that lead to the 46 high peaks that are over 4000 ft .
Home of the High peaks, Lake Placid has some of the best rock climbing in the Adirondacks.
Lake Placids High Peaks region offers a variety of challenges for all ability levels. Nothing better than to wake up and take the family for a beautiful climb.
For the family seeking thrills the Adirondacks offers some of the best Rapids in the east. The Adirondacks offers many skilled and talented guides to choose from. Motor Boats along with non motarized watercraft can be rented throughout the area.
Home of several lakes, ponds, rivers and streams to choose from the happy go lucky fisherman cannot go wrong. Come check out the beautiful Ausable River or findyour own soon to be favorite secret fishing hole.
Come and challenge yourself on the same course the famous lake placid ironman is held or ride around mirror lake without a worry in the world. Lake Placid has miles of unbeatable terrain with the most outstanding views.
If you enjoy to shop nothing better that shopping in a small town. Lake Placid has the most wonderful botiques and antique shops to choose from. Bring the children to the candy store or the book store and sit by the lake.
There are shops and dining to meet everyones needs and budget.
Winter & Spring
White face says it all the mountain the mountain offers world class skiing and and snow boarding , from easy to expert The mountain has it all.
Want to avoid the busy lines and lifts and just go at your own pace. Enjoy a peaceful day alone or with your family while getting your workout in. Reconnect with nature and enjoy the scents and sounds of the mountains.
50km of groomed trails for beginners and enthuiast for an enjoyable experience.
With over a dozen golf courses in Lake Placid and the surrounding area.
These public courses offer beginner and expert both wooded mountain courses and Scottish links