Seasons in the Adirondacks

The Adirondacks are a natural wonderland, and the seasons here are just as beautiful as the peaks themselves. So no matter what your seasonal preference is, we know there’s something to love in every part of the year when you’re living your dream in the Adirondacks. Browse available land in the Adirondack Park now.

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Don’t Sleep on Spring Leaf Peeping Across the Adirondacks

From late September through October, the leaf peepers are out in force throughout the Adirondack region. The scarlet, yellow, and gold colors contrasted with the vibrant evergreens are breathtaking. But the locals know when the oaks, maples, birches, and hickory trees start to show their new leaves in the spring, it creates another awesome leaf-peeping […]

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It’s Mud Season! Pull on Your Boots and Stick to the Trail

Locals are fond of saying they have five seasons in the mountains — spring, summer, fall, winter, and mud. For the locals, mud season is just another natural phenomenon they take in stride. What is Mud Season in the Adirondacks? Mud season typically lasts roughly from mid-March to Memorial Day and primarily impacts hiking trails. […]

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Winter Hiking in the Adirondacks: Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain, located in the center of the Adirondack Wilderness, towers like a giant over its namesake lake, a beautiful body of water speckled with wooded islands. Only a couple of hundred feet shy of a High Peak, the mountain stands at 3750′ in elevation. The trail to the summit is 2 miles long and […]

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Discover the Best Ski Resorts in the Adirondacks

Do you enjoy skiing and want to get away in the winter? Visit the Adirondacks Mountains in upper New York State and stay at one of the many ski resorts in the area. Not sure which ski resort to choose? No problem. We’ve put together a list of five amazing and popular ski resorts in […]

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Winter Birding in the Adirondacks

With more than 300 avian species, the Adirondack Park is a favorite among bird enthusiasts all year long, but winter offers birders a rare opportunity. After spending much of the year breeding and raising young in the Canadian tundra, several raptors and other birds of prey migrate south to the Adirondacks in the winter to […]

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Safely Enjoying Winter in the Adirondacks

Wintertime in the Adirondacks offers adventures for the whole family. So, whether you choose to ski, ice skate, snowmobile, or snow hike, every day offers new options for soaking up the cold season. But as you vacation, or look for a piece of Adirondack land for sale to make a permanent home, how can you […]

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5 Winter Activities Best Done From Secluded Adirondack Property

If you love the outdoors, a second home in the Adirondack Mountains can provide you with the getaway that you have always dreamed of having. While there are plenty of year-round activities to enjoy on your Adirondack land, these are the best ways to use your Adirondack property in winter. Sledding A family-friendly activity, sledding […]

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Average Winter Snowfalls in the Adirondacks

Wintertime. The season when the mountains are blanketed in snow and the air is crisp, cool, and full of adventure. The Adirondack region is known for its snow, but it’s not always clear exactly how much there will be. Even we locals aren’t always sure what to expect. It seems like every year, we’re left […]

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Adirondack Fall Foliage Guide

It’s a sight to see. A dazzling display of gorgeous reds, oranges, and yellows. For many of us, there is nothing more anticipated than autumn in the Adirondacks. It’s a time when leaf peepers flock to the region in droves, and it’s a time when you can be sure to see some of the breathtaking […]

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The Beauty of Owning Adirondack Property in the Spring

Spring sometimes gets a muddy reputation in the mountains, but spring is actually an awesome time to own Adirondack properties. From the end of March through the end of June, the Adirondacks truly come alive. Flowering trees and greening meadows slowly take over the snowy slopes and wildlife comes out of hibernation. Truly, there’s nothing […]

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