Adirondacks Tug Hill

Hiking

Experience the beauty of all four seasons. A challenging hike or a scenic stroll, we have a variety of trails that will appeal to the outdoor enthusiast in everyone.

Tug Hill and The Adirondacks are a magnificent region with breathtaking foliage and fascinating wildlife. What better way to take it all in than by being right in the middle of it, hiking or snowshoeing through the woods!

One of the most picturesque times of year to explore the region is in the fall; crisp red, orange, and yellow leaves filling the mountains.

Fun Facts
  • A 30-60 minute walking session 5 days a week can reduce chances of cancer, heart disease, anxiety, type 2 diabetes, and depression
  • Hiking can strengthen bones, especially the hip bone
  • Hiking can lower the harmful low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and raise the useful high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterols
  • The average man can walk 82 meters/minute; the average woman 79 meters/minute

Gleasman Falls - Greig, NY (about 30') 5.5-mile hike
Baker Woods Preserve
Otter Creek Horse Trail System
Beach Mill Trail
Carpenter Road Recreation Trails
NYSDEC Demonstration Area
Inman Gulf Trails
Whetstone Gulf State Park
Independence River and Forest
Moose River
Oswegatchie River

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