Winter Activities

Brrr... baby it's cold outside! 

When the cold weather strikes, we are ready! Heck, we live for the snow, ice, and everything fun it brings with it. From snowmobiling to ice fishing, skiing to to skating, Tupper Lake is an awesome place to put on your cold weather gear.

What's your favorite activity? Click the links below to help you plan your next Tupper Lake winter weekend

What to wear, where to go, who to see...

So, you know you want to hit the slopes, or strap on the skates, but it's been a while. Find a guide, pack a lunch, hit the trails or the lake - we can help you find your way to your next big (or little) adventure!

Of course, maybe you want to plan ahead for your next warm summertime adventure? Check out all the great warm weather activities that are just waiting for you!

Rock Pond Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: The trailhead is simply marked with a small sign; a pull-off... Read More
Sinclair Falls Snowshoe Hike This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in... Read More
Panther Mountain Panther is a small peak located between Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake and is a popular destination... Read More
Gilbert Tract Loop Below is described in a clockwise direction. At the trailhead you will notice an old woods road on... Read More
Lampsons Falls   This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in... Read More
Fernow Plantation Loop Cross Country Ski Trail Fernow Trail was named after Bernhard Fernow one of the fathers of modern forestry and the first... Read More
Mount Arab Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This popular... Read More
Janacks Landing Trail The trail starts out rather easily once you sidestep up the steep embankment to the trail register... Read More
Peavine Swamp Loops The best way to do all the trails is to follow the lowland trail all the way back to the lean-to... Read More
Paul Smith's College VIC XC Ski Trails There are over 25-miles of trails available at the Paul Smiths Visitors Interpretive Center (VIC).... Read More
Seymour Mountain | Winter Peak Name Seymour Mountain Most Popular Winter Trailhead  Herd path from Ward Brook Truck Trail... Read More
Janacks Landing Trail The trail starts out rather easily once you sidestep up the steep embankment to the trail register... Read More
Deer Pond Loop While the loop is a great option for your day, Deer Pond is the finest destination point and you... Read More
Cat Mountain   Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: The trail starts out rather easily as it follows an old... Read More
Coney Mountain The trail for Coney Mountain used to follow the county line and climb steeply through rutted... Read More
Twin Falls Snowshoe Trail Winter Overview and Trail Conditions: This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is... Read More
Trombley Clearing This trail is seldom used in any large capacity during the winter; this is mainly due to parking.... Read More
Kettle Trail The Kettle Trail is an out and back cross-country ski trail built for equine use in the summer, but... Read More
Goodnow Mountain | Snowshoeing Goodnow is a very prominent peak from Route 28N and whose tower raises high above the trees. This... Read More
High Rock Winter Ski From the trailhead you will be on a very flat ski with Skate Creek on your left, which looks more... Read More
Slush Pond XC Ski Trail Walk back down Mountain Pond Road and cross Route 30 to Slush Pond Road. Slush Pond Road is a... Read More
Hayes Brook Trail to Sheep Meadow This relatively easy ski will bring you back to a very attractive back-country location surrounded... Read More
Jenkins Mountain From the VIC parking area, cross the paved road and locate the gated woods road which will be to... Read More
Blue Mountain Lake/Castle Rock Initially you will be following a private dirt road, please stay on the marked route. The trail... Read More

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