Adirondack Guide Services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With 6 million acres in the park to explore, plus the bountiful neighboring towns, folks are going to need a helping hand getting around to take in the full experience.  Below are charter & guide services, as well as outfitters, sport shops, scenic tours and resources.   Please take your time exploring and be sure to bookmark this page.   View our Pack & Paddle Directory before heading off the the Wilds of the Adirondacks.

 

"I want as game protectors men of courage, resolution & hardihood who can handle the rifle, axe and paddle; who can camp out in summer or winter; who can go on snowshoes, if necessary; who can go through the woods by day or by night without regard to trails."  Governor Teddy Roosevelt, 1899.

 

Learn about one of our pioneer Guides,  Mitchell Sabattis (1823-1906) was an Abenaki Indian and one of the most famous of Adirondack guides.  He was perhaps the most sought-after guide, still guiding well into his 60s.  Some reflections of  Sabattis are posted in the works of Forgotten Voices of the North Woods (click here to enjoy).  Today's innovative guide, Northwood Field Guides, offers description of animal tracks, fly fishing, wild flowers, trees, insects and even constellations.  Visit their site and many other fine guide services below.

 

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Quick Links:  Clinton County Charters/Guides, Essex County Charters/Guides, Franklin & St. Lawrence County Charters/Guides, Fulton & Saratoga County Charters/Guides, Hamilton County Charters/Guides, Herkimer County Charters/Guides, Warren County Charters/Guides, Boat Tours, Bird Tours, Self-Guided & Walking Tours, Outfitters, Scenic Trips, Sporting Good Stores, and Resources.

 

 

(Alpha by County)

 

Charters & Guide Service of Clinton County

 

Clinton County was named in honor of its first governor, George Clinton.   Originally Clinton County was part of Albany County; but because of the enormous size of this county, it was split into three parts in 1772.  One part being Charlotte County which was later renamed to Washington County.  Washington was split again in 1788 to form Clinton County.  At this point, Clinton County was much larger than today's territorial borders.  For in 1799, Essex County was made Clinton's area and also parts were hence given to Herkimer and Montgomery counties.  Once, again in 1808, more territory was take to form Franklin County.   Presently, Clinton county has 1,118 square miles with a population of  82,128 (2010 census) and borders Quebec (Canada) and Lake Champlain as a natural border for Vermont.  The Ausable River forms the large part of the southern border. Clinton County is partially within the Adirondack park jurisdiction.  Towns within are:  Altona, Au Sable, Beekmantown, Black Brook, Champlain, Chazy, Clinton, Dannemora, Ellenburg, Mooers, Peru, Saranac, Schuyler Falls and Plattsburgh in which the county seat located. 

 

Fort Noble Adirondack Adventures

PO Box 75, Cole Brook

315-826-3771

Adirondack Picks & Paddles Guide Services

Ausable Forks

518-647-2336

All-Ways Outdoors Guide Services

(see below Wilderness Learning Center) Chateaugay

 

Beyond The Banks Guide Service

1005 Green Street

Ausable Forks

518-647-1220

Kingfisher & Company

Chazy

518-846-8400

Wilderness Learning Center

435 Sandy Knoll Road

Chateaugay

518-497-3179

 

Elizabeth Lee, Guide

53 Champlain Ave

Westport

518-962-4756

 

 

 

Charters & Guide Service of Essex County

 

Essex County didn't develop until 1799.  Previously it was part of the Charlotte County (now known as Washington County) as it became within the last generation of territorial changes.  The highest natural peak of the Adirondacks rest in this county, in the Town of Keene at Mount Marcy at 5,344'.  Essex County has 1,916 square miles with a population of 39,370 and rest entirely in the Adirondack Park.  The county seat is in Elizabethtown on Court Street.  The towns in Essex include:  Chesterfield, Crown Point, Elizabethtown, Essex, Jay, Keene Lewis, Minerva, Moriah, Newcomb, North Elba (see Lake Placid), North Hudson, Schroon, St. Armand (see Saranac Lake), Ticonderoga, Westport, Willsboro and Wilmington.  Popular Hamlets in our townships are:  Lake Placid and Saranac Lake.

 

Middle Earth Expeditions

4529 Cascade Road

Lake Placid

518-523-2445(whitewater, big game)

Whiteface Guide Services

Wilmington 

518-523-1186

Light Line Adventures

 Lake Placid 

518-523-1186

Lake Champlain Day Hikes & Nature Excursions

Essex 518-963-7494

St. Regis Canoe Outfitters

73 Dorsey Street, Saranac

518-891-1838

(canoe/kayak, paddle)

True North Guide

 Keeseville

518-345-5226(backpacking, hike, fishing canoe/raft/float)

Bear Club Adventure Tours

PO Box 1334

Lake Placid

518-523-4339

(canoe/kayak camping, mtn. bike & mountaineering)

Northwood Wilderness Guide Service John Huston

59 Deer Camp Road

Schroon Lake

518-532-9745

518-532-9745

Outlaw Charters & Ultimate Predator Guide Service Ticonderoga

518-858-9825

Adk-Champlain Guide Service Willsboro

518-963-7351

The Fishing Skipper

"Laker-Taker" 

973-427-3626

Adirondac  Rafting Company

Lake Placid

800-510-RAFT

Scenic Flights with Adk. Flying Service

Airport Road, Lake Placid

866-439-2399

Gary's Guide Service & Charter Service on Lake Placid

518-883-4193

High Peaks Mtn. Adventures Guide Service, Lake Placid

(rock climbing, mtn. biking, canoe, hiking)

Tahawus Ltd.

PO Box 424

Lake Placid

518-523-2445

(angling, canoe, guide boats)

Redline Mountain Guides

518-524-4025

Stillwaters Guide Service Lake Placid, 518-523-2280

(big game, fly fishing, ice fishing, x cty.)

Reynolds Outfitters

Lake Placid

518-524-0327

(hunting)

Lake Placid Venture Guide Service

Lake Placid

(fishing school, game, float tub trips)

Cloud Splitter Outfitters

Newcomb

518-582-2583

(canoe/kayak & rentals)

Nature on the Move

PO Box 193

Newcomb (Nat'l History)

518-582-5532

Adirondack-Champlain Guide Service

Willsboro

518-963-7351

Ausable River Sport Shop

Route 86, Wilmington

(fly, guided river trips)

518-946-1250

Patrick Gallagher

518-523-9727

 

Ausable River Walker

Jay

518-647-2284

Adk Rock & River

518-576-2041

 

Hungry Trout Fly Shop

5239 Route 86

Wilmington

800-766-9137

Lost and Found Wilderness Adventures Glen Road

 Jay

518-946-7402

Lake Placid & The Olympic Sites

518-523-1159

Adirondack Trout Guide Service

Schroon Lake

518-321-0947

Inca-Pah-Oho Wilderness Guide

Lake Placid

Lawrence, S. Brett

Keene Valley

518-576-9857

Top To Bottom Guide Service

Lake Placid

518-523-5753

Wilderness Sound Outing Service

Olmstedville

518-251-2143

Adirondack Guide Adventure

518-963-4286

Trolling Tina Charters

518-963-8266

Adirondack Naturalist Company

Moose Hill Farm, Bloomingdale
(specializing in nature (including birds) and regional history)

518-891-3632

Perfect Day Charters (fishing)

PO Box 91

Willsboro

518-963-4314

Elizabeth Lee, NYS Licensed

Westport
518-962-4756

Trolling Tina Charters (fishing)

4 Bay Road

Willsboro

518-963-8266

 

 

 

 

Charters & Guide Services of Franklin/St. Lawrence County

 

Franklin County was named in honor of Benjamin Franklin..  Most of the county's territory is located within the Adirondack Park 'blue line'.  In the late 1808, Franklin County was part of the Macomb's Purchase of 1791, and was split off from Clinton County to be formed.  Franklin County has 1,631 square miles with a population of 51,599 (2010 census).  The county seat offices are in Malone on West Main Street.with the towns of:  Bangor, Bellmont, Bombay, Brandon, Brighton, Burke, Chateaugay, Constable, Dickinson, Duane, Fort Covington, Franklin, Harrietstown, Malone, Moria, Santa Clara, Tupper Lake, Waverly and Westville.  

 

St. Lawrence County was named for the Saint Lawrence River and is the largest county in New York.  The St. Lawrence County was part of the Macomb's Purchase of 1791, and started as Albany County; but because of its enormous size, it was redefined into other counties.   St. Lawrence was designed in 1802 with parts of Clinton, Herkimer and Montgomery Counties.   Ogdensburg, the city, historically was the county seat, and in 1828 the seat was moved to Canton.  The population of St. Lawrence county is 111,944 (2010 census) and has 2,821 square miles.  The southern towns are within the blue lines of the Adirondack Park.  The town in St. Lawrence are:  Brasher, Canton, Clare, Clifton, Colton, DeKalb, De Peyster, Edward, Fine, Gouverneur, Hammond, Hermon, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Lisbon, Louisville, Macomb, Madrid, Massena, Morristown, Norfolk, Parishville, Piercefield, Pierrepont, Pitcairn, Potsdam, Rossie, Russell, Stockholm and Waddington.  St. Lawrence cities include Ogdensburg, and familiar hamlets and villages of Canton, Potsdam, Richville, and Waddington.

 

St. Regis Canoe Outfitters

73 Dorsey Street

Saranac Lake

518-891-1838

Mac's Canoe Livery

Lake Clear

518-819-1176

Raquette River Outfitters

Tupper Lake

518-359-3228

Adirondack Pioneer Outfitter & Guide Service
Saranac Lake

518-891-7543

Adirondack Navigation Services

Tupper Lake

518-359-9405

Northern Waters Guide Service
Malone

518-483-6333

Ampersand Bay Boat Club

Saranac Lake

518-891-3001

Wilderness Center
Chateaugay

518-497-3179

McDonnell's Adirondack Challenges Saranac Lake

518-891-1176

(day hikes for youth, family, bushwhacking, canoe)

Grey Ghost Guide Service

Saranac Lake

518-891-6089

Birchbark Tours

Saranac Lake

518-891-5704

 (wildflowers, birds, special needs, backpacking/history)

Adirondack Foothills Guide Service

Saranac Lake

518-891-8194

Adirondack Lake & Trails Outfitters 168 Lake Flower Ave

Saranac Lake

(canoe/kayak, paddlers)

518-891-7450

Whitewater Challengers Inc.

1872 State Route 28

 Old Forge

315-369-6699

Adirondack Pioneer Outfitters & Guide Service

Saranac Lake

518-359-8194

Saranac River Cruise Line

518-891-2241

Adirondack Connections Guide Service

Tupper Lake

Adirondack Fishing Inc.

Paul Smiths

518-327-3133

PapaBear Outdoors

Malone

607-785-8215

Moreu, Jean-Pierre

Cranberry Lake

315-848-2034

Packbasket Adventures

Wanakena

315-848-3488

 

Tamarack Guide Service

Saranac Lake

518-891-2709

Adirondack Foothills Guide Service 

Saranac Lake

518-359-8191

Broadwing Adventures 

Saranac Lake

518-891-4528 

 

 

Charters & Guide Service of Fulton/Saratoga County

 

Fulton County was named in honor of Robert Fulton who developed a commercial steamboat in the region.  Fulton County was split off from Montgomery County in 1838.  Only one adjustment in 1860, of 10 acres given to Hamilton County, created its current borders.  Much of the northern territory of Fulton County rests within the Park.  It hosts the towns of:  Bleecker, Broadalbin, Caroga, Ephratah, Johnstown, Mayfield, Northampton, Oppenheim, Perth and Stratford.  The population is 55,531 (2010 census).  County Seat Johnstown on West Main Street.

 

Saratoga County was split off from the huge Albany County in 1791.  Some say it name was from an Indian word "sah-rah-ka" or "Sarach-togue" meaning "The hill beside the river."  Saratoga is now home to 219,607 (census 2010) in only 844 square miles.  The northern western most part of Saratoga County resides in the Adirondack Park, but all residents enjoy the benefits of their park neighboring towns.  Saratoga is well known and prized for the famous Saratoga Race Course, gorgeous State Park, world-wide Performing Arts Center and other recreational activities.  Towns of Saratoga County include:  Ballston, Charlton, Clifton Park, Corinth, Day, Edinburg, Galway, Greenfield, Hadley, Halfmoon, Malta, Milton, Moreau, Northumberland, Providence, Saratoga, Stillwater, Waterford and Wilton with the cities of Mechanicville and Saratoga Springs..  The county seat is in Ballston Spa on McMaster Street.

 

Babbling Brook Bill

Johnsville

518-568-2395

Jessup River Outfitters & Guide Services

Mechanicville

Kittler Creek Outfitters

Northville

518-848-0698

Knudsen, Bruce

Amsterdam

518-842-6240

 

 

 

 

Charters & Guide Service of Hamilton County

 

Hamilton County shares the name with ten other counties in the USA of which eight were named after Alexander Hamilton, the first US Secretary of the Treasury.  Hamilton County has a population of only 4,836.  That is only 3 people per square mile!  Now that is country!  There are NO permanent traffic lights and lies entirely in the Adirondack Park.  Silver Lake Wilderness encompasses much of Hamilton County with its 106,980 acres. Other wilderness regions of Hamilton are Jessup River, Siamese Wilderness Ponds, Pigeon Lake, Blue Ridge, West Canada Lake and Sargent Pond Hamilton County towns are:  Arietta, Benson, Hope, Indian Lake, Inlet, Lake Pleasant, Long Lake, Morehouse, and Wells,  Hamlets you may be familiar with are Blue Mountain Lake, Raquette Lake, and Speculator village.

 

Piseco Guide Service

518-548-4442

Speculator Guide Service

518-548-7343

 

Wharton's Adirondack Outfitters

 Lake Pleasant

518-548-3195

Helms Aero Service

Long Lake

518-624-3931

Hoss's Country Corner

Long Lake

800-952-HOSS

Long Lake Marina

518-624-5450

Terry's Gun Shop

Long Lake

518-624-2174

Adirondack Outfitters & Hardware Long Lake

518-624-5998

Lew Harrington

Raquette Lake

315-354-5440

Raquette Lake Navigation

254 Antlers Road, Raquette Lake

315-354-5532

Raquette Lake Supply

315-354-4301

Adirondack Gilded Age Heritage Tours

315-354-5532

Killoquan Fishing & Guide Service

Blue Mountain Lake

Sabael Guide Company

249 Sabael Road

Indian Lake

Haderondah Company

Old Forge (just over the line)

315-369-3868

Adirondack Avian Expeditions & Workshops

Long Lake

518-624-5528

 

   

Titbits:  Hamilton County = 1,155,668 acres, 56,000 lakes and ponds, 1,740 miles or rivers and streams and only 4,836 people

 

 

Charters & Guide Service of Herkimer County

 

Herkimer County was named after General Nicholas Herkimer who died in the Battle of Oriskany during the Revolutionary War.  The county was created in 1791 from the county split off of Montgomery County.  Herkimer's boundaries changed in 1794 with parts taken for Onondaga County; and later in 1798, more taken to form Chenango County.  Yet later, more territory was taken for Oneida and St. Lawrence County.  Today, all of Herkimer County rests in the Adirondack Park jurisdiction.  Herkimer now consists of 1,458 square miles with a population 64,519 (2012 census), and includes the towns of:  Columbia, Fairfield, Frankfort, German Flatts, Herkimer, Ilion, Litchfield, Little Falls, Manheim, Newport, Norway, Ohio, Russia, Salisbury, Schuyler, Stark, Warren, Webb and Winfield.

 

Fulton Chain Boat Tours

Old Forge

315-369-6473

Big Moose Lake Tours

315-357-3532

Tickner's Moose River Canoe Trips

117 Riverside Lane

 Old Forge

315-369-6286

Whitewater Challenges

Okara Lakes

315-369-6699

Old Forge Hardware

315-369-6100

Adirondack River Outfitters

Old Forge

315-369-3536

Adirondack Saddle Tours

 Old Forge

 315-357-4499

Haderondah Company

Old Forge

315-369-3682

McCauley Mountain Ski Shop

Old Forge

315-369-3144

Tickner's Moose River Canoe Trips

 Old Forge

315-369-6286

Haderondah Company
Old Forge
315-369-3868

Big Moose Lake Tours/Dunn's

Big Moose

315-357-3532

Old Forge Lake Cruises

116 Steamboat Landing

315-369-6473

White Dog Trail Company

Ilion

315-429-9324

Adirondack Exposure

1872 State Highway 28

 Old Forge

518-335-1681

Haderondah Company

Old Forge

315-369-3868

 

 

 

 

Charters & Guide Service of Warren County

 

Warren County was established in 1683 as part of the Albany County, and named in honor of General Joseph Warren (an American Revolutionary hero of the Battle of Bunker Hill).   Warren County at that time was enormous and was later reduce in size by splitting off Clinton County in 1788, and later splitting to create Washington County in 1813.  Today, Warren County has a total area of 932 square miles with a population of approximately 65,707 (2010 census) and includes the townships of:  Bolton, Chester, City of Glens Falls, Hague, Horicon, Johnsburg, Lake George, Lake Luzerne, Queensbury, Stony Creek, Thurman and Warrensburg.  Warren County's municipal government seat is located in Queensbury on Route 9.

 

E & R Sport Fishing Charters
Lake George

800-3369876

Mike's Charter Fishing

Lake George

518-623-3288

Lake George Kayak

4973 Lake Shore Drive

 Bolton Landing

518-644-9366

Adirondack Mountain & Stream Guide Service (ice fishing too)

North Creek

518-251-3762

Adirondack River Outfitters

 539 Lake Ave

Lake Luzerne

518-696-5101

Hudson River Rafting

11 Main Street, Lake Luzerne

518-696-2964

Sacandaga Outdoor Center

Hadley

518-696-5710

ARO Adventures

800-525-7238

Risky Business Fishing Charters on Lake George

518-623-9582

Rod Benders Charters

Lake George

518-668-0488

Lake George's Premier Charter Fishing Fleet

518-885-3838

Sportfishing Charters

Lake George

518-793-7396

Jeff's Charter Fishing

(ice fishing too)

Bolton Landing

518-644-3312

Justy-Joe Sportfishing Charters

Lake George

877-530-8183

Beaver Brook Outfitters

NY Route 28

Johnsburg

518-251-3394

Adirondack Adventures

 4659 State Route 28

North River

877-96-RAFT (7238)

Adirondack Ridge Runner Guide Service

Riparius

Outback Outfitter

(guide & accommodations)

636 Barton Mines Road, North River

845-807-6734

Cherokee Trout Charters

Bolton Landing

518-644-2920

Flyfishing w/Patrick

Glens Falls

518-461-9696

Gibaldi Guide Service

 Queensbury

518-812-0361

Mike's Charter Fishing

 (ice fishing too)

Warrensburg

518-623-3288

Lake George Fishing School

Lake George

518-798-3494

Lockhart Charter Fishing & Guide Service

(ice fishing too)

518-812-0203

Northway Adirondack Guides

Queensbury

888-4NY-GUIDE

Jeff's Lake George Charter Fishing

Bolton Landing

Justy Joe Charters

South Glens Falls

877-530-8183

Risky Business Fishing Charters Warrensburg

518-623-9582

Lake George Carriage Rides

518-668-4958

Mountain Road Carriage Company

1879 Glens Falls

518-654-9811

Northwood Field Guides

PO Box 107

 Wevertown

 518-251-0818 

Achak Guides

Adirondack

518-796-0217

Loon Lake Trail Rides (snowmobile) Chestertown

518-623-4825

Fly Fishing with Patrick

Glens Falls

518-648-5260

E&R Sport Fishing Charters

160 Green Barn Road

Hudson Falls

800-336-6987

 

Forever Wild Adirondack Adventures

"Healing Woods"

518-696-7016

Prescott, Mike

Chestertown

518-494-9633

Turtle Moon Adventures

"Hikes Through History"

Lake Luzerne

518-654-7731

Adirondack Bicycle Tours

Lake George

518-793-6630

New York Outdoor Adventures

518-421-2789

Bolton Landing Snowmobile Tours

518-644-9941

Lake Vanare Snowmobile Tours

Gage Hill

Lake Luzerne

518-696-4444

Wild  Water Outdoor Center

1123 Route 28

Warrensburg

800-494-7478

North Creek Rafting Co.

9 Ordway Lane, North Creek

800-899-RAFT

Adirondac Rafting Company

Lake Placid

518-523-1635

Balsam Guide Service

2 Main Boulevard, Brant Lake

518-494-7138

Gibaldi Guide Service

Schroon River Road, Chestertown

518-812-0361

 

 

Titbits:  The first frontier scouts explored our waterways by rowing an elongated, cedar planked work boat with spruce ribs and cane seats.  The boat later became known as the "Adirondack Guide Boat."

 

 

 

Boat Guides

see our Boat Tours

 

 

 

Adirondack Safaris

Gore Mountain Region

518-251-3006

Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center

5239 Lake Shore Drive

Bolton Landing

518-644-9787

Warren County Fish Hatchery

145 Fish Hatcher Road

Warrensburg

518-623-5576

Adirondack Avian Expeditions & Workshops, LLC

Long Lake

518-624-5528

Birding Directory  

 

 

Self Guided Tours/Walking Tours

City of Glens Falls Historical Walking Tour Maps at Chapman Museum 518-793-2826

Glorious Churches

5 Gothic Revival Churches

518-761-3800)

Lakes to Locks

The Mohican Trail

518-798-1761

NY Independence Trail

Westport Walking Tour

Ticonderoga Walking Tour Saranac Lake Walking Tour Port Henry Walking Tour
Essex Walking Tour

Yaddo

Saratoga Springs

Glens Falls Self-Guided Historical

Walking Tour

518-761-3871

An Architectural Heritage Tour

Warrensburg

518-466-5497

   

 

 

Outfitters

Whitewater requires skills and equipment.  Below are some of our outfitters to help you gear up. 

Guide our guide services to assist you no matter what skill level you are.

 Adirondack Lakes & Trails Outfitters

541 Lake Flower Ave

 Saranac Lake

800-491-0414

 Jones Outfitters Ltd.

2419 Main Street

 Lake Placid

518-523-3468

Blue Mountain Outfitters

PO Box 144

 Blue Mountain Lake

518-352-7306

Lake George Kayak Company

4973 Lake Shore Drive

Bolton Landing

518-644-9366

Mountainman Outdoor Supply

2855 NY Route 28, Old Forge

315-369-6672

Raquette River Outfitters

1745 Route 3

Tupper Lake

518-359-3228

Living Waters Southern Adirondack Outfitters

Route 30

 Indian Lake

518-648-5302

Reynolds Outfitters

Keeseville

518-524-0327

Moose River Trading Post

2664 NY Route 28

 Thendara

315-369-6091

St. Regis Canoe Outfitters

73 Dorsey Street

Saranac Lake

888-775-2925

Havlick Snowshoe Manufacturing

2513 NY Route 30, Mayfield

 (made in the Adk)

800-867-7463

 

Hudson River Rafting Company

1 Main Street

 North Creek

518-251-3215

Adirondack Mtn. & Stream Guide Service

518-251-3762

Beaver Brook Outfitters

2349 Route 9, Wevertown

888-454-8433

Outback Outfiters

636 Barton Mines Road, North River

845-807-6734

Sacandaga Outdoor Center

4162 Rockwell Street, Hadley

866-696-7238

Lockhart Adirondack Guide Service

(& outfitters)

518-251-3762

 

 

 

Resources

NY State Outdoor Guide Association

866-469-7642

Adirondack Mountain Club

 Lake George

518-668-4447

Northern New York Audubon (NNYA)

Adirondack Fishing Guide

 angler's guide

800-365-1050 X2753

Adirondack Waterways

(a guide to paddling)

800-487-6867

NYS DEC

 

Titbit:  New York State Outdoor Guides Association (NYSOGA) was founded on June 28, 1891 and reorganized in 1981.  NYSOGA represents guides from every part of NY, and self policy it's member with Code of Ethics.  Violation of this code results in disciplinary action.  The Board meets regularly.  As your guide if he/she is a member of NYSOGA.

 

 

Scenic Trips

Birchbark Tours

Saranac Lake

518-891-5704

Upper Hudson River Railroad

North Creek train ride to 1000 acres

Train Adventures

(Lake Placid, Thendra, Utica)

Old Forge Lake Cruises

 315-369-6473

Adirondack Gilded Age

(award winning heritage tours)

High Falls Gorge Adventure Center Wilmington

Video Guide Boat History

(You Tube)

Mohican Trail

(self guided military driving tour)

518-798-1761

Mohican Trail

(self guided military driving tour)

518-798-1761

 

 

Sporting Good Stores

LeepOff Cycles

Keene Valley

518-576-9581

The Mountaineer

1866 Route 73

Keene Valley

518-576-2281

Dimon Sports Speedskating

6197 Sentinel Road

 Lake Placid

518-523-1729

Ausable River Sport Shop

5698 NY Route 86

Wilmington

518-946-3474

Adirondack Sport Shop

5549 Route 86

 Wilmington

518-946-2605

Eastern Mountain Sports

2453 Main Street

Lake Placid

518-523-2505

St. Regis Canoe Outfitters

875 Floodwood Road

Saranac Lake

518-891-8049

High Peaks Cyclery

2733 Main Street

 Lake Placid

518-523-3764

High Falls Gorge Adventure Center

Route 86

Wilmington

518-946-2278

Kindred Spirits Adirondack Outfitters Olmstedville

800-799-HIKE

Barkeater Bicycles

Saranac Lake

518-891-4680

Blue Line Sports Shop

Saranac Lake

518-891-4680

 Jones Outfitters

2419 Main Street, Lake Placid

518-523-3468

Maui North Ski, Bike & Surf Lake Placid

518-523-7245

Adirondack Country Store

Hartford

Mountain Man Supply Company

Inlet & Old Forge

315-369-6672

Adirondack Exposure

Old Forge

518-335-1681

Whitewater Challenges

Okara Lakes

315-369-6699

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