The Adirondacks offer some of the best skiing in New York State. Both Whiteface and Gore Mountain provide skiing/riding terrain for all ages and abilities. Whiteface also boasts the highest vertical drop in the East at 3,430 feet.
With over 2,000 miles of trails, the 6 million acre Adirondack Park provides some great hiking and climbing opportunities. For more details and a resource for hiking in the ADKs, check out the Adirondack Mountain Club.
There are several small ponds and lakes throughout the Adirondacks, which provide endless opportunities for canoeing and kayaking. Check out the list of places we frequently visit to paddle.
Enjoy the extraordinary landscape; whether it’s on a windy back road or a dirt trail in the deep wilderness. There are also several annual events to take part in including the Black Fly Challenge and Whiteface Uphill Bike Race.
- Whitewater Rafting the Hudson
- Spring Skiing at Gore Mountain
- 2014 Calendar
- Photo of the Day
- Meet the PureADK Team
On April 19th, we got a group together and went rafting on the Hudson River with Wild Waters. As always, the water was very cold, but worth it for the stronger rapids in the spring.
On April 12th, we spent the day on the slopes of Gore Mountain. The sun was shining and the snow coverage was still great! Not to mention, it was also time to break out the t-shirt and shorts.
The 2014 edition of the Pure Adirondacks calendar is now available for purchase online. This calendar includes various photographs from the adventures of the PureADK Team around the park. All photos are the work of Evan Williams Photography.
A spring hike up St. Regis Mountain. The fire tower is current closed to the public, but will be reopened following restoration work in late 2014.
The husband/wife team have spent countless hours exploring the Adirondack Park and have created this website to share their adventures with youLearn More