Vibrant orange, red and yellow color the Adirondacks landscape as fall leaves brush their brilliance over the region’s valleys and peaks. It’s no wonder this is a favorite time of year for many travelers.
While the foliage may have you mesmerized, there are also points of interest to make your trip exciting. Visit Adirondacks has great information about things to do and places to stay.
Outdoor lovers have plenty of activities to choose from, including:
- Rock Climbing
Places to Stay
Whether you’re looking for a cozy bed and breakfast or luxurious accommodations, the Adirondacks won’t disappoint.
Bed & Breakfasts provide a comfortable, homey ambiance, and some even offer farm tours or cheese and wine tastings.
US News Travel listed Lake Placid Lodge and The Sagamore as the top award winners out of five luxury hotels.
Lake Placid Lodge
Several things make this lodge stand apart: views and rustic décor. The lodge has beds crafted from tree limbs and balcony views directly on the water. Amenities include turndown service, all activities on the premises, deep soaking tub, made-to-order breakfasts, a spa and free bicycle and paddleboat rentals for children over 12.
The resort has eight on-site eateries and caters to families with its Sagamore Kids Club and the Rec, which has Nintendo and Xbox stations, arcade games and an indoor mini-golf course. Accommodations range from Victorian to traditional with lake or garden views.
Plan Your Getaway to the Adirondacks
If you live in the Big Apple, getting away from city life bustle to enjoy fall foliage is a great retreat. Charter a coach, party bus or limo with family and friends and head for the mountains. It’s well worth the trip and definitely the way to travel. Charter buses are the safest form of ground transportation in the country and more eco-friendly that planes, trains or hybrid cars.
Book the Fast and Easy Way
Book your reservation within minutes online or if you prefer, call 1-888-502-3458 and a representative will be happy to assist you with your specific needs.