The newly updated Adirondack Cuisine Trails showcases farms, orchards, restaurants, breweries, wineries, and local food and agricultural producers that give visitors an up-close view of what agriculture in the Adirondacks is all about. Click each trail below to explore each unique region, and the farms and small businesses that welcome visitors either seasonally, or year-round.
History, food and nature sprouts alive as the ancient Adirondack waterways forged the paths of the Native Americans, pioneers, and lumbermen. From Saranac Lake to Lake Clear to Tupper Lake, this area of the Adirondacks is both historic and contemporary. Savor this through historic farms, great camp dining, downtown eateries, and breweries.
A historic travel corridor including the vibrant downtowns of Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake and the St. Regis Canoe area – NYS only wilderness canoe region. This regon’s healing woods are home to the Cure Cottage and Great Camp days, and have unsurpassed recreation, culture, and arts. Savor this through historic farms, great camp dining, downtown eateries & breweries.
The North Country Cuisine Trail winds through picturesque roads and quaint villages dotted with unique local businesses serving up extraordinary local products. Along this route, you’ll drink in the history, discover unparalleled flavors and experience life on the farm – a way of life you can only find on the Adirondack Coast.
Covering some of the most fertile agricultural land in Northern New York, this trail follows the steepest river in New York, the Boquet River. This trail is home to the largest collection of “new” farmers who are rediscovering traditional farming techniques which are producing products in a whole new way. The trail includes two wineries, a brewery, vegetable, livestock and CSA farms, and extraordinary eateries.
Stretching across the western shores of Lake Champlain in the shadow of New York’s Adirondack Mountains, Champ’s Cuisine Trail offers unprecedented views and endless opportunity to explore the flavors of the Adirondack Coast. Named for Lake Champlain’s infamous sea monster, this trail offers ample chances to spot the legendary creature while tasting the bounty of the land.
Are you a business or farm interested in joining the Adirondack Cuisine Trails? Learn more about membership to the Adirondack Cuisine Trails here. Special thanks to the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism for their collaboration on the Adirondack Cusine Trails!