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Wondering what gift to buy your outdoor loving friend? The one who spends every weekend in the Adirondacks, hiking, fishing, skiing, and just about everything else they offer, then you have come to the right place! We have put together the perfect gift guide for those Adirondack fanatics! 

We all know it as one of the most important aspects of any vacation: The food. Wherever you go, there are delicious restaurants and diners with a warm meal that is sure to leave you wanting to come back for seconds.

A chill in the air and a warmth in the spirit means there is no better way to celebrate the joys of Christmas than to venture north to the Adirondack communities of Old Forge and Inlet as they officially launch the Holiday season with Adirondack Christmas on main street Friday, November 24 thru S...

There’s a never-ending debate on which type of environment is a more desirable to be—the city, or the countryside, or in our case, the Adirondack Mountains.

It’s been a rough week and you want to escape. Only problem is, with the added expense of school supplies, soccer cleats and scout uniforms, you don’t have a lot of handy cash. No problem, head out to Old Forge and you can have a great time for under $50.

Although it’s sad for most to see the summer months say goodbye, the start of school and chillier weather tells us that fall has finally arrived!

While fall in the Adirondacks is synonymous with brilliant foliage, the autumn months also mean hunting season. Hunting is permitted on all state lands, giving hunters a considerable amount of geography for their sport.

Here is our list of the Adirondacks best-kept secrets!


 


Ozzie's Coffee Bar

In the fall, the Adirondacks becomes a world bursting with colorful adventure that’s a playground for kids and adults alike! Although Old Forge is known primarily for leaf-peeping, there are so many more exciting possibilities for fall fun in the Adirondacks.

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