Looking for a great trail in Adirondack Park, New York? AllTrails has 26 great hiking trails, running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 12 moderate trails in Adirondack Park ranging from 1.1 to 170.6 miles and from 459 to 2,690 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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lake

bird watching

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dogs on leash

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paddle sports

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snowshoeing

The Adirondack Park is a protected park in the U.S. state of New York. It’s known for its fall foliage–viewing and forested mountains, with hiking trails crossing the Adirondack High Peaks near Lake Placid. Whiteface Mountain’s ski runs are nearby. West, paddling routes weave through St. Regis Canoe Area. Rapids swirl along Ausable Chasm canyon to the east.

I snowshoed this on one of their “winter weekends”. It was cool to walk through the old buildings and get to warm up at a fire with some hot cocoa at the halfway point. I highly recommend xc skiing it though.

cross country skiing
snow
2 days ago

Cross country ski to Camp Santanoni. Open with hot chocolate at the Artist Studio. Snow was powdery and perfect. Mid-teens all day.

A beautiful time in the woods. Dog and family friendly.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
private property
5 days ago

hiking
snow
17 days ago

Excellent hike in the snow! Hiked with Dan. No views from tower. Tower cab was open. No wind, temps hovered around 32°F all day. Snowed all day...about 2” of freshies made everything beautiful! Used microspikes most of the time...until on the way down where they were sticking to the snow and kept coming off - so I took them off. Yay for winter credit.

hiking
19 days ago

Had the perfect day for a winter hike. The trail was well traveled so the snow was packed down. View was outstanding.

hiking
blowdown
19 days ago

Nice trail, quite easy to follow. Mostly light, packed snow today, with a little ice underneath. I wore Microspikes, but boots alone would have worked.

hiking
20 days ago

The parking lot is well plowed and the trail packed down well. Spikes recommended. Perfect snow cover caking all the trees today for some beautiful views despite the clouds!! Great way to start the New Year!!

Great hike for someone looking for a long hike, that is somewhat hilly, but generally pretty easy. It looks us ~4.5 hours round trip at a moderate pace, stopping at the camp for about 20 minutes. The scenery is great, but the best part is how remote and secluded it was. The entire day, we saw one cross country skier. Be careful to watch out for falling limbs from frozen trees (a real danger the entire hike). I would recommend it!

Great little quick hike to the Firetower. Few spots had blowdown right on trail but it luckily did not reroute too far off. Few spots had ice, mostly wet leaves. View from tower was beautiful, cab was locked.

hiking
icy
rocky
washed out
23 days ago

Great day for a hike, 34*. Trail was free of snow. My daughter and I did a little shoe skating at the summit at the little waterhole.

Probably the lamest Fire Tower hike I’ve done, but I’ll do pretty much anything for winter credit. Hiked with Dan and Samson. Brought microspikes, but didn’t need them. Low 40s, barely any snow left.

easy hike. definitely need spikes right now

hiking
29 days ago

Great hike for a beginner. Nice views at the top of Loon Lake, Crane Mt and the slopes at Gore. Great spot for sunsets.

Nice trail to see one of the Adirondack Great Camps. Ski or snowshoe.

Quick, quiet trail. Lovely views from the Firetower. Spikes needed

hiking
1 month ago

Trail is quick and easy. Would be good for a beginner. I liked how at the top there was a map to explain what you were seeing. Views are partially blocked by trees.

I have spent the last month performing wetland delineations on this property and I would not walk this property with dogs or others for fun - it is very unsafe with all of the decades of trash and dumps- glass, rusted toxic objects, car parts, etc. It's also very wet...Trust me, I've walked every square foot of this property. I think it would be fun to bike though! Will write new review for biking soon.

hiking
blowdown
muddy
2 months ago

Amazing hike. We were the only people on the trail. Lots of blowdown and water but loved every minute of it.

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