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Johnsburg offers some of the best hiking in the Southern Adirondack Park. Whether you seek the Alpine cliffs and ponds of Crane Mountain & Peaked Mountain or the tranquility of a remote forest lake, such as Peaked Mountain Pond, Second Pond, Kibby Pond or Cod Pond or a great wilderness Hike...

There are over 100 species of birds that can be seen in the Adirondack Park. Most resident and some migratory. Many rare and endangered species breed here or call it home. All you need for birding is a bird book and a pair of Binoculars. With Thousands of trails and watercourses, the Adirondack...

Beginning in April nearby the rivers are high and prime for whitewater rafting and creaking. Weather is lovely and the water cool. North Creek, Located on the Upper Hudson River, is the perfect place to explore the many options for Whitewater rafting, tubing, Kayaking and Canoeing in the...

Our Spring comes slowly here in the 6.2 million acre Adirondack Park as the snows melt, Ice comes off the lakes and mud season ends. Visitors are ready for many outdoor activities after a long winter. The sap flows in our many Sugar bushes bringing the sweet taste of spring available from many...

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Tom and Carol's “Gore Mountain Hideaway” is the perfect place to get away from it all in the Southern Adirondacks. Book directly on our Website and save up to $500.