Whether you’re looking to peacefully wander in an Adirondack state park, or challenge yourself with a strenuous hike through the Adirondack Mountains, you’ll find all that and more during your stay with us at The Whiteface Lodge. From rocky alpine peaks to trail-less bushwhacks, we’ll share some of the best Adirondack hikes with you. As you come back to our beautiful lodge, after a nice day hike, reward yourself with ice cream from our very own ice cream parlor, or a relaxing time at our on-site spa. Discover the mountains of things to do in the Adirondacks during your Spring visit to the Adirondacks.
Best Adirondack Hikes
Spring is here, and warmer weather is increasing. You’ll find hiking trails for every skill levels throughout the Adirondack state park, from rugged mountain adventurers to family-friendly trails with scenic views of cascading waterfalls and rock formations. The High Peaks are beautiful and popular hiking destinations, so we’d recommend exploring them in Spring to avoid the huge crowds. The melted glaciers that carved out the valleys of the Adirondack Mountains left-place to refreshing ponds you’ll be able to see through many hikes, like the trail that leads up to three ponds Owen, Copperas and Winch Ponds in the Sentinel Range are an easy loop with gorgeous scenery. These three ponds are a local favorite!
Hiking through the Adirondack Mountains
Easy grade hikes still offer rewarding views of these bodies of water amidst a scenic mountain backdrop. If you’re looking to adventure to the next level, experience the Wilmington Wild Trails Systems, this moderate trail overlooks the Whiteface valley. For something even more challenging, set out to hike up the 5th high peak of New York State. There are several trails to reach the top. On a clear day, you can see Vermont’s Green Mountains from the top of the Whiteface. Book your next hiking adventure through the Adirondack Mountains with us at The Whiteface Lodge.