The historic Crown Point is definitely a "don't miss" stop in the Lake Champlain Region! The grounds are free to explore, but there is an admission fee at museum.
Otis Mountain Recreation Area is a 1940’s ski hill that has evolved into a challenging mountain bike, ski, and trail running destination, and is the home of the Otis Mountain Get Down music festival.
The Noblewood nature and birding trail is open year round. Off-season admission (by foot) is free.
Crane Pond is a beautiful gem in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness.
The Blueberry Hill Trails are located in the Town of Elizabethtown and were built for hiking, snowshoeing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross country skiing. There are several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
This is a great place for hiking, birding, cross- country skiing, and snowshoeing! There is also a wheelchair accessible trail.
This is a birders' paradise! And it's part of the NYS Birding Trail, which features prime birding locations around the state.
Property owner and artist Ted Cornell has worked with Champlain Area Trails to create a hiking path which shows off some of his outdoor sculptures and artwork.
This lovely trail goes through a forest and a field, then goes along wetlands and a pond before entering a diverse forest with ancient oak trees and unexpected rock outcrops.
The Barlett Pond – McConley Road Trail is an easy, 8-mile-loop that follows a seasonal road through the Adirondack foothills, known as the West Champlain Hills, to Mineville.