Discover the Whiteface Region

Read the stories about what makes the Whiteface Region a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, artists, foodies, and all-around adventurers looking to appreciate the people, wild spaces, and attractions of the area.

Aurora Pfaff Warm, Woolly Adventures on the New York Fiber Trail

A new kind of trail In the heart of the picturesque Whiteface Region in New York, where the Adirondack Mountains and the Ausable River have forged a stunning, inspiring landscape, something wooly is going on! The NY Fiber Trail, a state-wide self-guided tour with stops at farms, shops, and artist’s studios, includes a stop in the Whiteface Region, an area abundant with farms and…

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Troy Tetreault Climb, stay, and dine in the Whiteface Region

Trad and sport climbing worthy of a trip to the Whiteface Region The Adirondacks have a storied history of climbing, beginning back in the mid-1800’s with ascents of what we think of as the most iconic mountaineering routes in the Park. Nowadays, climbing within the Blue Line is largely centered around Keene Valley, the Lake George area, and Indian Lake, among other popular crags dotting…

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Eileen Mowrey-Floss Find the fall you're nostalgic for

Find the fall you're nostalgic for Fall is a feeling as much as it is a season. It’s a time of tradition and innocent childhood delight. Perhaps you always went apple picking, navigated a corn maze, or carved pumpkins. Or maybe it’s not about what you did, but the cider donuts you always ate too many of or the crisp air you associated with going back to school. Whatever memories…

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