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ADK Recreation Interactive Trail Map and Trip Planner

Welcome Outdoor Enthusiasts to our Interactive Adirondack Trails Map and Tourism Site, with no reception needed apps for out on the trail.

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, birding, and motorcycle riding loops throughout the Adirondack Park.

Our no-reception-needed apps will help get you where you need to go, on or off the trail. Need a place to stay or rent a kayak? Perhaps you are seeking some waterpark fun or want to learn more about the Adirondacks, our Attractions Guide has plenty of suggestions. It's all here. Your Adventure Awaits!

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"I am in the beginning stages of planning a trip to the Adirondacks for some hiking and fishing and I just wanted to say that this interactive map feature is amazing. I am an avid outdoorsman who spends a ton of time researching many different states for hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping adventures and this map is the best I have ever seen. It’s just downright cool and I will be spending hours upon hours on this site. Nice job!" Ty Weber, Forest, OH

Adirondack Trails Map Website News

Our FREE no-reception-needed Adirondack Trails app is available for both iPhones and Android phones.

We've recently added more content throughout the Adirondack Park, including expanding into more of the Park and adding more birding and fishing content. For 2016, we are adding herd paths, more search options in the web map, and a number of new features and data layers in the app. 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 most of the 46er high peaks, horseback riding trails, 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 our no-reception-needed app and know where to go at all times while enjoying the Adirondacks.

Adirondack black fly challenge logoThe free Black Fly Challenge app is available for both iOS and Android smartphones and shows this year's route starting from Inlet and ending in Indian Lake.

Get out and enjoy all the Adirondacks has to offer!

"I absolutely love the site, its concept and how well put together it seems. I have used it many times and so far, it has been great!" Kyle W., Saratoga County, NY

2016 News: Our ADK trail map currently has 115 hiking trails, 38 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.