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Adirondack Hiking Package

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One Night’s Lodging
Full Course Dinner at The Hungry Trout Restaurant or R.F Mcdougall’s Pub
Full Day Adirondack Hiking Guide

Adirondack hiking is a perfect way to spend a few days in the north country. When purchasing a hiking package you will undeniably be in good hands. We have a team of experienced and especially professional guides ready to take you on your adventure. This package includes lodging at the Hungry Trout Resort, a full course dinner at your choice of R.F.McDougall’s Pub, and a full day of guided hiking.

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The Adirondack Mountains by and large are home to true outdoor enthusiasts and specifically, Adirondack hiking buffs. The people that reside and visit here live and breath the life given off by these mountains, grounding themselves among the peaks and valleys of the North Country. For a hiker, there is no better setting than these peaks. The Hungry Trout embodies the spirit of these mountains by putting the trails and the unique stories behind each and every one of them at the center of every tour that we lead. Finally, multi-day packages are also available and this package can be added on to any of of other packages or activities! Call us at 518-946-2217 or use the contact form below for more information.

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1 Person
2 People
$219 Per Person
Additional Hikers
$109 Per Person

The Adirondack Mountains truly have enchanting power. In the Adirondack Mountains, adventure beckons from time-worn hiking trails that offer both peace and discovery at each turn. Thousands of miles of the best trails in the northeast greet Adirondack hikers. They wind their way through the forest, cross mountain streams and wander past majestic waterfalls. Many trails lead to summits with panoramic views that extend as far as the eye can see. For hikers looking for easy trails right here in the Wilmington area, lake placid hikers looking for an adventure, or someone looking to delve deep into the backcountry, we can accommodate it all.


Obviously not everyone can hike to the summit of the state’s tallest peaks. Chiefly, several trails within the Adirondack Park provide handicap accessible options so that everyone can enjoy the rugged beauty of the mountains. Find the perfect hike for your group, whether it’s a calm stroll near a peaceful lake or a more advanced trail along a waterfall or even heading up to one of the 46 highest peaks in the state, all found within the park.


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Additionally Adirondack trail information is found on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Adirondack Trail Information page.