Imagine a wedding weekend of hiking one of the 46 High Peaks, rock climbing, kayaking, sailing and swimming or snow shoeing and skiing in the winter. Home to 3,000 lakes and ponds and 30,000 miles of stream, the Adirondacks boast crystal-clear water at every bend, often against a dramatic backdrop of mountains blanketed by evergreens or snow.
There are 105 towns in the Adirondacks, many of them small and quaint, as well as, many prominent cultural and commercial centers, such as Lake Placid and Saratoga, where you will find excellent purveyors of everything!
Wedding venues include historic forts, great camps built by the likes of the Astors and the Vanderbilts, ski resorts, summer camps, historic boats, as well as luxury and historic hotels.
Celebrate the beauty of the Adirondacks with evergreens, acorns, pinecones, moss, birch, canoes, and wild life sketches. Make a grand entrance or departure in an antique Chris Craft boat, the quintessential Adirondack wedding portrait.
Fly into Albany or Lake Place, New York or Montreal, Canada. Rent a car or take a train to Saratoga or Westport.