The #adkcoast stretches across the western shores of Lake Champlain shouldered by New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont. The Adirondack Coast offers world class outdoor recreation, a rich history to explore and a landscape dotted with agricultural opportunities at every turn.
Visit during the colder months and you'll see why our favorite color is winter white. Ski the greatest vertical drop in the east, enjoy a romantic sleigh ride, experience the quiet beauty of snowshoeing or miles of pristine trails - just a few of the activities you’ll experience in our winter wonderland.
Spring on the Adirondack Coast is punctuated by longer days, warmer temperatures and the smell of maple in the air! Break out the bikes, enjoy lake views from one of our many golf courses or drink in the local flavors at one of our wineries or breweries.
Lake Champlain stretches 120 miles north to south with miles of pristine shoreline. Sail our open waters, paddle around our rivers and ponds, fish our lakes, hike our miles of trails or just kick back on one of our beautiful beaches. All activities come with spectacular views of the Adirondack Mountains!
After Labor Day, the Adirondack Coast is painted with brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange. The sun-baked days are ideal for hiking, biking or golfing and you can end your day learning about our rich history at one of our local museums.