Discover the Adirondack's 10 Regions

Adirondack RegionsThe Adirondack region covers more than six million acres making it the largest protected natural area in the lower 48 states. Well, what’s in the Adirondacks? Let’s look at some numbers: 46 high peaks, 12 ski resorts, 3,000 lakes, 30,000 miles of rivers and streams and 2,000 miles of hiking trails.

Stretching from Lake George north to Plattsburgh and the Canadian border, and over to the Malone area the Adirondack region features wild landscapes, old-growth forests, verdant farmland, and quaint towns and villages nestled in its mountains and valleys.

It’s one of the top locations in the nation to enjoy outdoor recreation. Hunting and fishing, boating, hiking, mountaineering, swimming, water skiing, scuba diving and more. What makes this area even more appealing is that each region offers a unique Adirondack experience.

At Adirondack Mountain Land, we know there’s no better place where you can live so close to such beautiful public lands. That’s why it’s our mission is to help you find the ideal property so you and your family can call a mountain cabin home. Contact us today to learn more about our listings and how we can help you become part of the Adirondack community.

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