Welcome Recreation Enthusiasts to our Adirondack Trails interactive web map and tourism site.

Are you looking for a moderately challenging hike, no more than 5 miles?

Just do a quick search to the right of the ADK map and zoom in on one of the choices presented. Elevation profiles are included along with parking and trailhead information in the pdf documents.

Our ADK trail map has hiking trails, mountain and road biking trails, canoeing and kayaking waterways, campsites, lean-tos, boat launches, lakes & ponds for fishing and motorcycle riding loops throughout the Adirondack Park.

Find lodging and dining, shopping, recreation outfitters and much more within your day's destination or vacation home away from home. Link through to our participating businesses' websites within the map.

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Upcoming events

Get your snowshoes and skis out and enjoy the Adirondack Park trails all winter long.

Our events postings will return in the late Spring, after mud season.

What's new

April 2014 - We are working this Spring to add more content throughout the Adirondack Park, including the rest of the road and mountain biking trails, more birding and fishing content, horseback riding trails and the 46ers high peaks. Suggestions are always welcome for content to seek out and new features.

Our ADK trail map now has 2,558 miles of trails in the interactive map, including 115 featured hikes covering 475 miles. We've added 18 more flat water and whitewater paddling waterways in the Saranac Lake/Lake Placid/High Peaks region and over 30 more bike rides. Check out all we have to offer!

You can use the ADK trail map on your tablet device, just tap away! Desktop and laptop users, use your mouse to click on any map icon or trail. Smartphone users, try one of our no-reception-needed apps.

Adirondack black fly challenge logoThe new, free Black Fly Challenge appis now available for both iOS and Android smartphone users.

Get out and enjoy all the Adirondacks has to offer!


Want to find adventure?

Explore trails, waterways and great spots in the Adirondacks for biking, hiking, paddling, boating, camping and more!

Go to our Interactive Map >>

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2014 News:Our ADK trail map currently has 115 hiking trails, 36 mountain biking trails, 32 road biking trails, 30 waterways, 42 suggested lakes and ponds for fishing, 13 birding hot spots and 8 motorcycle riding loops, with accompanying .pdf descriptions. Numerous other trail segments throughout the Adirondack Park are also included. We've recently added DEC campgrounds, boat launches and lean-tos. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to receive announcements when new data is added to the map.
The interactive map area initially covered the towns of Forestport, Webb, Inlet, Long Lake and Indian Lake and all hamlets: Woodgate, Thendara, Old Forge, Stillwater, Big Moose, Eagle Bay, Inlet, Raquette Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Deerland, Long Lake, Indian Lake and Sabael, within the Central Adirondack region of New York. In 2013, work began to expand the project into the rest of the Adirondack Park, starting with Saranac Lake and Lake Placid.

Before heading out, it is always a good idea to stop by or contact one of the local outfitters, bike shops or outdoor retailers for current water levels and/or trail conditions, especially after heavy winds or rain. Don't forget to sign in on the trailhead logs. Remember for your own personal safety and enjoyment, know where to go!

Feel free to contact us with suggestions for what activity or recreation information to add next or where to expand the map.

MVGIS is pleased to present this NY recreation web site, created originally in partnership with the Central Adirondack Association. The participating towns in the CAA region have worked hard to provide as accurate recreation data as possible. Please be well prepared for any emergency when heading out on the trails, waterways and riding loops.

MVGIS does all that is humanly possible to keep information current on the web site. The source of information for these maps comes from the NY State DEC and the towns throughout the Adirondack Park region. MVGIS cannot guarantee the accuracy of trail locations and waterways nor can MVGIS assume responsibility for the condition of the trails and waterways depicted on the map. Please use caution and common sense at all times when hiking, biking, canoeing/kayaking and riding.

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