Safe Hiking During Hunting Season

Hike safely during hunting season in the Whiteface Region

About to embark on a fall hike? Great! While the trails are extra beautiful this time of year, it’s important to be aware of who you’re sharing the trails with. During our most colorful transition period in the Adirondacks, hunting season also takes place across the regions. When it comes to enjoying nature during hunting season, safety is paramount. We've got you covered with essential tips and information that will ensure your hikes are peaceful and risk-free.


Hunting in the Adirondacks

Public land hunting in the Whiteface Region

If you’re looking for a hunting or trapping adventure, the Whiteface Region is your destination. The region is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including whitetail deer, turkey, and other small game and furbearers. From the Ausable River valley right up to the shadow of Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington, there are thousands of acres of public land available for hunters to pursue their next trophy.



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