Adirondack . NET
A Guide to the Adirondack Mountains For Vacationers, Residents & Anyone Who Calls the Adirondacks Home. Planning a visit to the Adirondacks? Looking for businesses in your own backyard? Adirondack.net is your guide to:
- Adirondack Lodging including Hotels, Inns, & Adirondack Resorts
- Attractions, Museums, Whitewater Rafting Companies,
- Campgrounds and Hiking Tips & Trails
- Adirondack Real Estate including Lakefront Properties and Land for Sale
- Jobs, Apartment Rentals, Businesses and Services and much, much more!
Constantly inspired by the endless beauty of the Adirondack Park, we are always discovering new facets of the Park that motivate us to get out and explore it. As we continue to adventure throughout the mountains, we have designed this site to share our personal stories, laughs, and experiences and put a personal touch on making the most of the Adirondacks. By documenting our discoveries through photos, videos, and personalized posts, we hope that PureADK will not only act as an educational and informational resource, but also as an entertaining way to get a unique view on all that the Adirondack Park has to offer.
The Adirondack Park is one of the most spectacular natural attractions in New York and lies within a day’s drive for much of the Northeastern United States, as well as Ontario and Quebec. Once you visit – you’ll always return.
To make planning your visit to the Adirondacks easier, we offer a variety of FREE brochures available for download, with information about hiking across the region, scenic drives that include easy access to shopping and restaurants, as well as information about the best fishing spots and paddling. Additionally, our sample itineraries provide practical travel tips on where to go for leisurely exploration or extreme adventure, and where to find celebrated art museums and cultural exhibitions in the Adirondacks.
Adirondack Mountain Club
ADK (Adirondack Mountain Club) is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and advocating for New York State’s wild lands and waters while also teaching people how to enjoy natural places responsibly. Since 1922, the organization has offered people opportunities to stay and play in as well as protect, discover, and explore the outdoors. ADK publishes comprehensive hiking, paddling, and winter sports guides and trail maps, as well as books on Adirondack nature, history, and lore which can be purchased on their online shop.