Explore our trails

An authentic Adirondack experience is not complete without spending some quality time on the trail, and Tupper Lake has a range of hiking options for adventurers of all ages and abilities. Discover scenic waterfalls on a rolling multi-use trail, climb to a mountaintop with amazing 360-degree panoramic views, and explore everything in-between. 

  • Take an easy walk along the nature trails at The Wild Center, located right in Tupper Lake.

  • Grab a bite to-go from one of Tupper Lake's many options for take-out and explore the continuously growing network of shared-use James C. Frenette Sr. recreational trails.

  • Challenge yourself to the Tupper Lake Triad hiking challenge — three family-friendly peaks that boast stellar panoramic views of the Adirondacks. 

Hike safely during hunting season 

Hiking during the fall season is a magical time to catch colorful foliage and enjoy the trails. However, fall also brings with it hunting season in the Adirondacks. During this time, hunters may also be out and about in our shared outdoors. It's important to stay alert and know who you’re on the trails with. Always prioritize safety during hunting season to enjoy your hike without incidents. We know how essential it is to prepare for your next hiking trip during hunting season, and we've come prepared with all the info you need! For more guidance on hunting zones, dates, and times, visit the NYS DEC website to learn more.

Love Your ADK

By taking the Love Your Adirondacks Pledge and practicing Leave No Trace ethics you can help ensure that the forests, waterways, and communities of the Adirondacks remain beautiful and unique for generations to come. To be best prepared, be sure to pack hiking essentials!

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A Trio of Different Hikes

Take this new "challenge" and hike these three lesser-known hikes in the Tupper Lake area! This trio of adventures is a winner in any book.

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Massawepie: Then and Now

Sure, the Ice Age was fun, but, over the last 14,000 years, great outdoor recreation opportunities have developed on the Massawepie Conservation Easement that are cooler than a giant sheet of ice.

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Spring Hiking Done Right!

Looking for hikes this spring in Tupper Lake? We've got some tips to make sure you have the most fun possible and to keep you hiking right!

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Basecamp Tupper: A Hub of Fall Fun

Small but mighty, Tupper Lake is rather wonderful. It has amazing scenery, incredible donuts, and breathtaking starry skies. Whatever your interest, we're sure that you'll find that a few days in Tupper Lake are ideal for discovering memorable fall fun.

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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
28180
For the better part of the last century, Blue Mountain has been one of the most frequently climbed Adirondack mountains. And for good reason! The striking view, with Blue Mountain Lake below, is very popular among locals and visitors alike.
28771
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
Floodwood Mountain is an excellent hike for the entire family. The terrain is moderate with only a short amount of steep sections.
4302
From September 1 through June 14, the public may recreate by hiking, biking, birding, fishing, and paddling with only non-motorized water travel, subject to New York State rules and regulations.
4272
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
This trail, at this time is not marked, and can be found under various conditions of use.
4332
This trail between the Fish Creek and Rollins Pond campgrounds is a lovely way to explore these campground spaces in winter. Plenty of frozen ponds and scenic interest.
2970
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
These falls are unique and not often visited. Here, you’ll only find the peaceful sound of water rushing the falls. The views downstream of the falls are just as lovely as the falls themselves.
4340
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885
The Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour encompasses six easy-to-reach falls along a 20-mile drive.
2946
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
Visit a very old, very tall pine tree to experience the REAL Adirondacks from another time!
2956
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
Bear Mountain is located in the Cranberry Lake State Campground, but can be accessed via Route 3 as well for a longer hike.
4323
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
Deer Pond is the finest destination point and you may find that to be enough; don't feel that the entire loop is the only way to go. This entire loop is attractive in any season.
4303
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
Janacks Landing is a great, mostly flat hike to a remote wilderness lean-to on Dead Creek Flow.
4313
Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
38918
Just over half a mile round trip, this pond is scenic, beautiful, and a worthy destination.
4276
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
Round Pond is not the official name for this pond; in fact, it is not labeled with a name at all. However, there is a trail leading to the carry from Follensby Clear Pond.
3188
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
This is a little-known route to a dramatic waterfall known locally as Pa’s Falls, after the memorial stones next to the Bog River. In its current state, this trail is not recommend to anyone who’s new to hiking.
24442
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
This trail is an old road, which to some has also been referred to as Otter Brook Road. This extension of the road is now a foot trail which is very wide and a perfect access to the features on Cranberry Lake and the Cranberry Lake 50.
4351
Visit a very old, very tall pine tree to experience the REAL Adirondacks from another time!
2956
This is the old trail to Burntbridge Pond. The trail/woods road is to the back and is quite overgrown with saplings and berry bushes, but fairly easy to follow.
4348
This is a relatively new trail and not on most people’s radar so it gets much less use that other trails in the region. Hike a flat trail through an open forest, which is very quiet and peaceful.
4321
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
This hike can be extended with spur trails for more pond exploration. Despite the name, motor vehicles are not allowed on the trail by the general public. However, the designation does allow for mountain and fat biking, skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing.
2936
This trail, at this time is not marked, and can be found under various conditions of use.
4332
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
Floodwood Mountain is an excellent hike for the entire family. The terrain is moderate with only a short amount of steep sections.
4302
The Sheep Meadow Trail leads to a former sheep meadow. These days, the sheep are on farms closer to the Lake Champlain Coast. But the gentle terrain makes this longer hike easier, for all skill levels.
4282
The trail to Deer Pond from Route 3 gets a lot of attention, but this route is just as fine, as a one-way to Deer Pond or as a longer hike to Lead Pond. The trail has a remote feel while never being very far from the road.
4318
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
The Sheep Meadow Trail leads to a former sheep meadow. These days, the sheep are on farms closer to the Lake Champlain Coast. But the gentle terrain makes this longer hike easier, for all skill levels.
4282
Goodnow is a very prominent peak when seen from Route 28N. This ragged-looking mountain is home to one of the remaining fire towers in the Adirondacks.
3193
Jamestown Falls is a short trail along an old forest road, which is not gated off, but not the best to drive. The waterfall is spectacular. 
4341
The Raquette Falls Trail is one of the most popular Adirondack backcountry ski routes in winter, and a wonderful hiking route along the river in summer.
4307
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
38918
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
The Raquette Falls Trail is one of the most popular Adirondack backcountry ski routes in winter, and a wonderful hiking route along the river in summer.
4307
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour and a great Adirondack experience.
4330
The hike up Jenkins is long but it isn't terribly difficult, making it perfect for anyone seeking a nice woods ramble that ends in a great view. 
3550
This rather prominent peak in the Long Lake area is made up of four separate summits, two of which are referred to as the horns. These horns give the mountain the look of an owls head.
3211
The Sheep Meadow Trail leads to a former sheep meadow. These days, the sheep are on farms closer to the Lake Champlain Coast. But the gentle terrain makes this longer hike easier, for all skill levels.
4282
The mostly flat trail here is superb for those looking for a long walk in the woods.
4325
Goodnow is a very prominent peak when seen from Route 28N. This ragged-looking mountain is home to one of the remaining fire towers in the Adirondacks.
3193
Just over half a mile round trip, this pond is scenic, beautiful, and a worthy destination.
4276
Perhaps no better "bang for your buck" mountain in the Tupper Lake area! Panther Mountain is a short, but steep, hike leading to fabulous views of distant mountains and Panther Pond below.
4306
This is a wonderful trail through a mixed forest of mostly evergreens. The trail was designed in a lollipop loop formation, so you can loop back to your car. The trail enters the forest and goes through a large stand of spruce and pines. At just over 0.
2796
High Rock is part of the High Falls Loop, but makes for a nice destination or overnight for the entire family.
4335
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
Deer Pond is the finest destination point and you may find that to be enough; don't feel that the entire loop is the only way to go. This entire loop is attractive in any season.
4303
The Sucker Brook Road at the Grass River has been turned into a foot trail only and is often referred to as Otter Brook Trail.
4352
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in summer, making this tour a year-round Adirondack experience.
2947
This is a wonderful trail through a mixed forest of mostly evergreens. The trail was designed in a lollipop loop formation, so you can loop back to your car. The trail enters the forest and goes through a large stand of spruce and pines. At just over 0.
2796
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
The hike up Jenkins is long but it isn't terribly difficult, making it perfect for anyone seeking a nice woods ramble that ends in a great view. 
3550
A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
28180
High Falls is on the Oswegatchie River in the northwestern Adirondacks. The falls are not that tall, but wonderfully lively.
4334
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
The Raquette Falls Trail is one of the most popular Adirondack backcountry ski routes in winter, and a wonderful hiking route along the river in summer.
4307
This trail between the Fish Creek and Rollins Pond campgrounds is a lovely way to explore these campground spaces in winter. Plenty of frozen ponds and scenic interest.
2970
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
This hike can be extended with spur trails for more pond exploration. Despite the name, motor vehicles are not allowed on the trail by the general public. However, the designation does allow for mountain and fat biking, skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing.
2936
Just a few miles south of Tupper Lake, you will find a "must visit" location during your Adirondack Vacation!
4266
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
Enjoy this unique hike through the Cranberry Lake Wild Forest.
4337
High Falls is on the Oswegatchie River in the northwestern Adirondacks. The falls are not that tall, but wonderfully lively.
4334
Lows Overlook is such a beautiful destination; it's hard to put a description into words! Overlooking the breathtaking Bog River, the views here will surely leave you inspired to explore this area further!
4339
These falls are unique and not often visited. Here, you’ll only find the peaceful sound of water rushing the falls. The views downstream of the falls are just as lovely as the falls themselves.
4340
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour and a great Adirondack experience.
4330
High Falls is on the Oswegatchie River in the northwestern Adirondacks. The falls are not that tall, but wonderfully lively.
4334
Just a few miles south of Tupper Lake, you will find a "must visit" location during your Adirondack Vacation!
4266
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
From the parking area, locate the gated road and hike down this. Continue for a couple hundred feet to the trail on the right. This trail will pass through the campus forest and cross a few back roads that are used by the campus.
4326
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour which is just as impressive in winter as in summer, making this tour a year-round Adirondack experience.
2947
A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
28180
This trail between the Fish Creek and Rollins Pond campgrounds is a lovely way to explore these campground spaces in winter. Plenty of frozen ponds and scenic interest.
2970
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
Seymour Mountain is the stand alone peak of the Seward Range and located on the opposite side of Ouluska Pass and separated from Seward, Donaldson and Emmons by a very deep valley.
4300
A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
28180
This is a wonderful trail through a mixed forest of mostly evergreens. The trail was designed in a lollipop loop formation, so you can loop back to your car. The trail enters the forest and goes through a large stand of spruce and pines. At just over 0.
2796
Visit a very old, very tall pine tree to experience the REAL Adirondacks from another time!
2956
Just a few miles south of Tupper Lake, you will find a "must visit" location during your Adirondack Vacation!
4266
This hike can be extended with spur trails for more pond exploration. Despite the name, motor vehicles are not allowed on the trail by the general public. However, the designation does allow for mountain and fat biking, skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing.
2936
Deer Pond is the finest destination point and you may find that to be enough; don't feel that the entire loop is the only way to go. This entire loop is attractive in any season.
4303
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
From the small trailhead you can follow the well-developed trail along the shore of the Grass River. Sinclair Falls is more of a cascade rather than a vertical waterfall, but very scenic nonetheless.  
4329
Jamestown Falls is a short trail along an old forest road, which is not gated off, but not the best to drive. The waterfall is spectacular. 
4341
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885
This hike can be extended with spur trails for more pond exploration. Despite the name, motor vehicles are not allowed on the trail by the general public. However, the designation does allow for mountain and fat biking, skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing.
2936
The Western High Peaks trails are unmarked and unmaintained, so there are no log bridges or stone staircases; instead, expect to encounter fallen trees, muddy inclines, and rock scrambles. The journey will be difficult, but the view is worth it...
40632
The hike up Jenkins is long but it isn't terribly difficult, making it perfect for anyone seeking a nice woods ramble that ends in a great view. 
3550
From the small trailhead you can follow the well-developed trail along the shore of the Grass River. Sinclair Falls is more of a cascade rather than a vertical waterfall, but very scenic nonetheless.  
4329
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.0495?N, 74.5832?W) Google Map (leaves DEC website)
28826
St. Regis Mountain is a fairly long hike, but the gradually increasing difficulty puts its spectacular fire tower views within reach of most hikers. There are also fantastic views from the peak's open ledges, making this hike a favorite!
2972
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
This rather prominent peak in the Long Lake area is made up of four separate summits, two of which are referred to as the horns. These horns give the mountain the look of an owls head.
3211
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885
Janacks Landing is a great, mostly flat hike to a remote wilderness lean-to on Dead Creek Flow.
4313
Bear Mountain is located in the Cranberry Lake State Campground, but can be accessed via Route 3 as well for a longer hike.
4323
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour, which is just as impressive in winter as in summer,
4253
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
From the small trailhead you can follow the well-developed trail along the shore of the Grass River. Sinclair Falls is more of a cascade rather than a vertical waterfall, but very scenic nonetheless.  
4329
The Sheep Meadow Trail leads to a former sheep meadow. These days, the sheep are on farms closer to the Lake Champlain Coast. But the gentle terrain makes this longer hike easier, for all skill levels.
4282
Round Pond is not the official name for this pond; in fact, it is not labeled with a name at all. However, there is a trail leading to the carry from Follensby Clear Pond.
3188
Just a few miles south of Tupper Lake, you will find a "must visit" location during your Adirondack Vacation!
4266
Visit a very old, very tall pine tree to experience the REAL Adirondacks from another time!
2956
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885
From September 1 through June 14, the public may recreate by hiking, biking, birding, fishing, and paddling with only non-motorized water travel, subject to New York State rules and regulations.
4272
From September 1 through June 14, the public may recreate by hiking, biking, birding, fishing, and paddling with only non-motorized water travel, subject to New York State rules and regulations.
4272
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour and a great Adirondack experience.
4330
At less than a mile long, this pond is a perfect for families and for anyone who wants to stretch their legs.
4275
A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
28180
Enjoy this gentle hike as a family trip or even before work!
4336
This is a little-known route to a dramatic waterfall known locally as Pa’s Falls, after the memorial stones next to the Bog River. In its current state, this trail is not recommend to anyone who’s new to hiking.
24442
As far as views go, this is one of the best in the area and should not be missed. This is an easy summit hike that is great for kids, and kids at heart.
4305
From September 1 through June 14, the public may recreate by hiking, biking, birding, fishing, and paddling with only non-motorized water travel, subject to New York State rules and regulations.
4272
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
38918
High Falls is on the Oswegatchie River in the northwestern Adirondacks. The falls are not that tall, but wonderfully lively.
4334
From the parking area, locate the gated road and hike down this. Continue for a couple hundred feet to the trail on the right. This trail will pass through the campus forest and cross a few back roads that are used by the campus.
4326
Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
38918
This old road used to be Highway 10 between Long Lake and Tupper Lake; it has now been turned into a wonderful trail that leads to Goodman Mountain.
2938
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
For the better part of the last century, Blue Mountain has been one of the most frequently climbed Adirondack mountains. And for good reason! The striking view, with Blue Mountain Lake below, is very popular among locals and visitors alike.
28771
Located in between Tupper Lake and Saranac Lake off of the Coreys Road, the Blueberry Trail is a moderate, low elevation hike which is dog friendly.
38918
At less than a mile long, this pond is a perfect for families and for anyone who wants to stretch their legs.
4275
At less than a mile long, this pond is a perfect for families and for anyone who wants to stretch their legs.
4275
The Seward Range is one of the most remote in the Adirondack High Peaks and it consists of Seward, Donaldson, Emmons, and Seymour mountains. Seymour is separated from the other three by Ouluska Pass. This hike describes climbing Seward, Donaldson, and...
63960
Floodwood Mountain is an excellent hike for the entire family. The terrain is moderate with only a short amount of steep sections.
4302
This trail, at this time is not marked, and can be found under various conditions of use.
4332
This is a relatively new trail and not on most people’s radar so it gets much less use that other trails in the region. Hike a flat trail through an open forest, which is very quiet and peaceful.
4321
Basford Falls is the final waterfall along Tooley Pond Road
4322
This is a wonderful trail through a mixed forest of mostly evergreens. The trail was designed in a lollipop loop formation, so you can loop back to your car. The trail enters the forest and goes through a large stand of spruce and pines. At just over 0.
2796
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885
Mount Arab is a fire tower peak that's a short drive to Piercefield from Tupper Lake. This relatively easy hike is also a popular snowshoeing destination.
3558
This is part of the Cranberry Lake Waterfall Tour, which is just as impressive in winter as in summer,
4253
The Raquette Falls Trail is one of the most popular Adirondack backcountry ski routes in winter, and a wonderful hiking route along the river in summer.
4307
This trail between the Fish Creek and Rollins Pond campgrounds is a lovely way to explore these campground spaces in winter. Plenty of frozen ponds and scenic interest.
2970
his loop is entirely along old woods roads. Starting off on a gated dirt road you will hike through an attractive forest and come to Pine Pond on your left.
4338
This is a relatively new trail and not on most people’s radar so it gets much less use that other trails in the region. Hike a flat trail through an open forest, which is very quiet and peaceful.
4321
The road is very flat and used as a snowmobile trail so it will be hard packed and easy to kick and glide upon. Along the 2.3 miles on Horseshoe Lake Road there are nice views over Horseshoe Lake and some wetland areas. Snowshoeing and Cross-Country...
28885