Adirondacks

    Known for the majesty of the forty-six high peaks and miles of undisturbed forests, this region is also home to some of the most important scenes in American history. From the Fort Ticonderoga battle site to Lake Placid, where two Winter Olympics games were held, the Adirondacks has something for everyone. Visitors will immediately recognize why this region has been attracting tourists, explorers and adventurers for hundreds of years. Its natural and untamed beauty is only one of the reasons people travel through the area. Come and see why the Adirondacks Region is still a premiere destinations for visitors from around the world.

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