In the Lake Champlain Region, we are proud to support and partner with many local organizations and businesses that promote and support an Adirondacks that welcomes all.
All are welcome here
The Lake Champlain Region is a place of natural beauty, charming small towns, epic history, and adventures for all. The Adirondacks belong to everybody. This is a place where you’ll find accessible adventures and activities for all abilities and skill levels, and communities that we hope you’ll love to meet and feel at home in. If you love the Adirondacks and the outdoors, you belong here.
Indigenous Land Acknowledgement:
We gratefully acknowledge the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) and Abenaki, on whose ancestral homelands we gather, who have for generations stewarded the lands and waterways of this place that is now known as the Adirondacks.
To learn more about and engage with Indigenous cultures, we hope you will visit the Akwesasne Cultural Center in Hogansburg, NY; the Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center in Onchiota, NY; the Native North American Traveling College in Akwesasne, Ontario, and The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY.
- North Country Gender Alliance
- Adirondack Diversity Initiative
- Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA)
- Accessible Adirondack Tourism
- Tri-Lakes Center for Independent Living
- Adirondack Diversity Solutions
- Travel Unity
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