Imagine hiking, paddling, mountain biking, skiing or snowshoeing through the Adirondacks on short or long overnight treks without having to carry a tent, sleeping pad, stove and fuel.
Imagine traveling lighter while enjoying the woods, lakes, ponds, rivers, hills, and mountains of the wild Adirondacks, all the while knowing that you had reservations for a warm, dry, and insect-free place to spend the night at the end of your day’s trek.
Imagine cooking and sharing meals with family and friends in quality lodging however simple or elaborate while recounting the day’s adventures or anticipating those to come. Or having your meals prepared by a guide. All you’ll need is a well-packed daypack, the ability and willingness to travel under your own power, and a sense of adventure.
Imagine all this as part of traveling on routes that connect one Adirondack community to another and weave together experiences that celebrate both the wondrous nature and fascinating culture of the Adirondacks.
Pictured (Above) Garnet Hill Lodge in North River, New York. Included in our first H2H trail circuit from North Creek to Indian Lake.