Winter in the Adirondack Wild is as soft and silent as a new snowfall, with a sense of stillness broken only by the muffled swish of cross-country skis and the careful steps of a moose in search of its next meal. This snow-covered season is also a time of celebration as family and friends head outside to explore the freshly blanketed wilderness on skis, skates or snowshoes.
Here, you’ll find the heart of the Adirondack Park beating vigorously with vibrant life, and our winter traditions of warm fires and outdoor festivals celebrating snow and our natural beauty. From the slopes of Oak Mountain, to the curling steam rising from an ice-shanty on a frozen lake – Hamilton County invites you to experience winter in the woods of the north.
Top Activities for winter in the Adirondack Wild include:
Journey to the heart of the Adirondacks and experience winter thrills in the wild.