- a unique blend of striking scenic beauty, endless outdoor recreational opportunities and celebrated heritage.
Winter on Lake Champlain
Embrace winter and experience why the Adirondack Coast of Lake Champlain is vibrant year round. Located on the east coast of New York's Adirondacks with views of the Green Mountains of Vermont, you'll find the combination of snow capped mountains and frozen lakes provide an ideal a snow-season adventure and winter activities.
Lake Champlain's ponds and lake invite both ice skaters and ice fishermen. Known for decades as home to seasonal ice fishing shanty villages, Moriah's Bulwagga Bay is a must-fish for winter anglers.
In winter the valley's rolling fields and hiking trails welcome cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Explore the extensive Champlain Area Trail network, with a variety of terrain for whatever the weather brings; accessible via microspikes, snowshoes and skis. Professional licensed outdoor guides are available to lead the way, and showcase and interpret the natural wonders of winter on the Adirondack Coast!
Lake Champlain Regions Attractions & Events
The region's attractions transform for the season too; try a horse-drawn sleigh ride or snowshoe trip through Ausable Chasm, or ski the trails at the Crown Point State Historic Site. For those who enjoy history and events, there are a variety of winter events including those at historic Fort Ticonderoga. Catch a play reading, an historic lecture, or a battle reenactment on snowshoes.
Start Planning Your Spring or Summer Vacation Now
It's never too early to begin making travel plans- especially when dreaming of a trip to the Adirondacks. If fun on the water and and boating on one of the big lakes is part of your plans then Lake Champlain is the place for you! Navigable by all vessel types and sizes Lake Champlain is a haven for fishing, and motor boats as well as a sailors delight!
You can stay in the midst of it all in a cozy B&B, hotel or lodge. Be sure to check out the available lodging options!