Casting, RIding, Climbing: THE WHITEFACE REGION and you!
Get close to all the action! The Adirondack Whiteface Region offers miles of mountain biking trails, world class fly fishing, hiking trails, and of course, plenty of family attractions. The towns of Wilmington and Jay, located in the heart of the Adirondacks, are home to Whiteface Mountain a year-round attraction for hikers, mountain bikers, and skiers alike. After a day exploring the Adirondacks, relax at one of the region's lounges, unwind in front of the fireplace, and recount the day's activities.
Oh, Yeah... We Know WHat you've Been DREAMING about!
HIT THE ROAD: 2 WHEEL ADVENTURES
FROM TRAIL TO ROAD: BIKING IN THE ADIRONDACKS
Located in the heart of the Adirondacks, Wilmington and the surrounding area offer miles of scenic road cycling routes, extensive trail systems for mountain biking - plus a full scale pump track in Wilmington, and amazing downhill biking at Whiteface Mountain. With incredible roadways offering miles of trails surrounded by mountains, lakes and rivers, you'll experience an Adirondack cycling adventure unlike any other. If you're interested in competitions and bike races the Whiteface Region will not let you down - we are home to the Whiteface Uphill Bike Race, Wilmington Whiteface 100k Race, and also part of the IronMan cycling route - we are the Adirondacks biking location! Be sure to check out all of our other fun events too!
CAST AWAY: FLY FISHING HOT SPOTS
The Whiteface Region of the Adirondacks is rich with fishing rivers, ponds and brooks throughout Wilmington and Jay.
Are you Two-Fly? The Ausable Two Fly Challenge is a two-day fly fishing challenge in the rich Ausable river, complete with reception and dinners throughout. Plan now to join us on the weekend of May 15 & 16, 2015 - it's fast approaching and this event is a must attend! Download your application form here.
PACK IT UP: Getting Ready For Warm-Weather HIKING
TRAIL HIKING, PEAK CLIMBING, FAMILY ADVENTURING
We hike, ice-climb, snowshoe, trek - year round in this region! Whether you're looking to add a 46er to your resume, or hoping for a quick afternoon hike with a great view, the Whiteface Region has the trail for you. Choose Whiteface Mountain, the 5th largest peak in New York State, for a challenge with amazing views - check out of some of our awesome winter hiking blogs to help you prep your gear. Whatever you choose, don't forget your warm weather gear and your camera - the Adirondack scenery is worth capturing. And remember, there are some strict rules to adhere to when hiking the High Peaks during spring thaw, make sure you check the DEC website for more information before you hit the trails!