With 6 million acres of wilderness, the Adirondacks is the perfect place to explore this fall and winter. Whether you want a cozy, relaxing experience or adventurous outdoor activities, the Adirondacks has something for everyone.
Experiencing fall foliage is a must during your visit. Check out the fall foliage report for the latest information on peak leaf-peeping opportunities. Active travelers can take part in paddling, kayaking, fishing, forest bathing, biking, zip-lining and hiking. Visit farms and a corn maze with the family. Learn more about the local wildlife at The Wild Center. Go for a tour of the haunted Adirondack trail. Enjoy craft beers at the local breweries. Visit the Adirondack Wayfinder for suggested itineraries.
Book a stay at High Peaks Resort. Located in downtown Lake Placid, the property is easily accessible to family-friendly hiking trails including Cobble Hill, Peninsula Nature Trails and the Mirror Lake route. This winter, the property offers guests a Winter Stay Savings deal. Book by Nov. 30 for 20 percent off stays in January and February 2022, with a three-night minimum stay. There are many family-friendly activities on and around the resort including the Olympics museum, ice skating and hockey rinks, skiing, snowboarding, gondola rides, ice fishing, sleigh rides and more.
A trip focused on wellness and mindfulness remains a priority for many family travelers, and thanks to outdoor accommodations booking website Pitchup.com, outdoor enthusiasts can combine the best of both worlds. Plan a winter camping trip to one of these three destinations, blending nature with wellness-focused amenities and activities.
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It’s never too early to start planning your spring break family travel. Or, if you’re looking for some adult time, leave the kids at home and embark on an adults-only spring getaway.
United Airlines officially became the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school with the opening of United Aviate Academy on Jan. 27. The moment was made even more historic with its inaugural class, which is 80 percent women and people of color.
Already home to one of Ireland’s greatest landmarks, Cashel sees many family travelers visit the historic town, especially in spring and summer. Cashel Palace, a beautiful old estate situated in the heart of town, lies within view of the iconic Rock of Cashel. This luxurious manor not only features elegant rooms, upscale dining and a state-of-the-art spa, but also boasts Ireland’s only Equine Concierge.