People from all over the world make the Tupper Lake / Saranac Lake / Lake Placid Olympic Region a four-season vacation destination.

The 9000-square mile Adirondack Park in northern New York State is the largest natural sanctuary in the lower United States. The 1894 “Forever Wild” article of the New York State Constitution makes this area the oldest continual and successful constitutionally protected preserve in the world. More than one million acres of the Park are designated as wilderness areas, making the Adirondack region an unspoiled treasure for hikers, hunters, canoeists, fishermen and seasonal recreationists.

Five major drainage basins create 3000 Adirondack lakes and ponds, with tens of thousands of miles of cold, clear rivers, streams and rills. Ancient mountain ranges are traversed by over 360 miles of maintained trails and uncharted herd paths. Glaciers that covered the area ten thousand years ago scoured ridges and dammed lakes, creating extensive hardwood ridges and wetlands among the conifer-covered mountains. Whatever you hope to find in a wild northern forest is waiting for you in the Adirondacks. Come and visit!


2018 Group Events

Some dates to be announced. Classes are gender-neutral.

Minimum and maximum group sizes apply.
Registration does not include meals or lodging.

JANUARY 13
Winter Survival $75
Fire building, Sheltering and More.

CLASS FILLED

FEBRUARY 9
Snowshoe Round Pond Esker and Fens $75
Weather permitting.

CLASS FILLED

FEBRUARY 23, APRIL 6, JUNE 8
Become Skilled with Map & Compass $85
Also available with GPS and Garmin BaseCamp mapping program packages, please inquire.

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JULY 14
The Complete Hiker – Fun and Safety in the Wildlands $75

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AUGUST
Adirondack Byway: A Raquette River Paddle $100
Optional canoe/kayak rental not included.

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MAY 26
Wilderness First Aid $120
9-hour certification program.

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SEPTEMBER 23
High Peak Jaunt: Views from the Summit $100

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