The Beautiful Adirondack Mountains
Six Million Acres Set Aside as "Forever Wild" in New York State
The Majestic Adirondack Mountains
The Adirondack Park of New York State is possibly the most beautiful nature preserve park in all of the United States. Set aside as "forever wild" by law, the park is under very strict development restrictions making it a go to destination for campers, hikers, fisherman, snowmobiliers, skiers, mountain climbers, and virtually all outdoor enthusiasts. With over 6 million acres of wilds it is also the largest nature preserve in the lower United States capable of holding just about all of the other big state parks within its boundaries. Anywhere you go in the park you are almost always in the deep woods. The park teems with wildlife from Whitetail deer, to raccoons, black bears, ducks, coyotes, Canada geese, loons, otters, fish, even the occasional moose. The views from atop the high peak mountains are unforgettable. From the top of Mount Marcy, the highest of all the high peaks, you can see literally hundreds of square miles around. The Majestic Adirondack Mountains and a Placid Mountain LakeThe lakes and rivers of the Adirondacks are clear and cold and teeming with fish. The trail system for hikers is second to none, with thousands of miles of hiking mostly all mapped out too. The villages in the Adirondack Park are quaint and rustic. From Old Forge to the more busy Lake Placid (two-time home of the Olympic games. From the majestic high-peaks region to the thousands of lakes, rivers, and ponds, there is a woodsy landscape to suit all tastes.

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