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Eat. Sleep. Explore. Repeat.

The Whiteface Region is like no other. And it's all right outside your door, in the midst of some of New York's wildest lands! From the quiet, serene woods of wilderness areas to towering peaks, the bright landscape beckons outdoor adventurers. There is no shortage of fun things to do outside, and the shops and restaurants with gifts and food to keep you fueled are the icing on the cake. Did we mention the Whiteface Region is home to the Ausable River, refreshing pubs and tasty eats, world-class mountain biking, incredible fall foliage, and so much more? You can't miss this incredible part of the Adirondacks.

Fall foliage-covered mountains rise amid clouds above a broad, rocky river.

Explore outdoors!

If you want to get close to nature and enjoy stunning scenery, you won't want to miss a visit to the Whiteface Region! You'll probably want to spend a few days exploring, which won't be a problem because there are lots of places to stay and relax. Play all day and indulge in awesome flavors at our wonderful restaurants. Don't worry, there are a lot of adventures throughout the region, from hiking to mountain biking and birding! The opportunities are endless!

Explore attractions!

You've probably heard of Whiteface Mountain. This amazing peak has the biggest vertical drop of any ski center in the East and features incredible ways to explore in any season! But that's not the only gold-medal attraction here. Explore the rich natural history of the Ausable River at High Falls Gorge, or visit local art studios in pastoral small communities

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By taking the Love Your Adirondacks Pledge and practicing Leave No Trace ethics you can help ensure that the forests, waterways, and communities of the Adirondacks remain beautiful and unique for generations to come.

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