You can't get any closer to the great Adirondack outdoors than in the Whiteface Region. Offering immediate access to endless year-round opportunities, here you can explore the region's vast forests, peaceful streams, and breathe pure mountain air any time of year. No matter your forte, adventure awaits right outside your door.
In summer, head out and hit the trail — the Adirondacks boast over 2,000 miles of designated hiking trails. For biking and scenic walks, check out the Wild Forest Flume Trail System. It includes approximately eight miles of trails for four-season recreational activities, including mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. If you're looking for an aquatic adventure, book a guided rafting trip or go canoeing, kayaking or swimming in our many rivers and streams. Flyfishermen will be thrilled with some of the best flyfishing waters in the east. See our guide to the nature paddling trail at Lake Everest.
When the snow flies, the Whiteface Region offers some of the best skiing, riding and snowshoeing in the East. With numerous backcountry trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing and beginner to expert terrain at Whiteface Mountain, the region affords opportunities for all skill levels.