For a small mountain town, Lake Placid has plenty to do, from locally-owned and -operated scenic boat tours, scenic gorges, and much more. There is plenty of space for relaxation here, but also for good, old-fashioned outdoor playtime. There's even miniature golf for a fun family-friendly challenge. With so much outdoor adventure, great views, mountains, and lakes, Lake Placid's activities are plentiful and plenty fun.

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Bobsled Rides at the Olympic Sports Complex
220 Bobsled Run Road, Lake Placid
(518) 523-4436

The bobsled run is closed for the summer 2019 season. But don't worry! We have plenty of other Olympic sites for you to experience with your Olympic Sites Passport! The bobsled experience Get a taste of Lake Placid's Olympic history! Cruise down the...

Lake Placid Boat Tours & Marina
Mirror Lake Drive, Lake Placid
(518) 523-9704

Wilderness beauty. Adirondack history. Serenity. Cruise the pristine waters of Lake Placid in one of our enclosed pontoon boats. The hour-long, narrated tour travels 16 miles on one of the world's most beautiful lakes. See and hear about the stately...

Olympic Sites Passport
2634 Main Street, Lake Placid
(518) 523-1655

Rarely does one ticket do so much--the Olympic Sites Passport is perfect for folks planning a visit to the area, giving you access to every one of the Lake Placid Olympic Sites! The Passport is available for purchase online and in person at all of the...

Lake Placid Olympic Museum
2634 Main Street, Lake Placid
(518) 302-5326

Explore the legacy of the Olympic Games with exciting exhibits, including video highlights, athletes' uniforms and equipment, a collection of Olympic torches, mascots, the first gold medal ever awarded, and more! This activity and many others are FREE...

Experience Outdoors
4948 Cascade Road, Lake Placid
(518) 524-7944

Capturing the essence of the Adirondack Park is one of our primary goals, second only to ensuring that our guests are having a good time. Nestled on Scott's Cobble Mountain in Lake Placid - rests our Zip Line Tour that consists of six (6) zips and...

Discover the Adirondacks - Backcountry Tours
2739 Main Street, Lake Placid
(518) 523-3764

Ever wanted to learn how to Ice Climb? How about taking your alpine or nordic skiing to the next level with an off piste/backcountry adventure? High Peaks Mountain Guides can show you the ropes with their introductory adventure programming. The...

Lake Placid Toboggan Chute
Mirror Lake, Lake Placid
(518) 523-2445

The rumors are true! The Toboggan Chute received a makeover, and now it's open for business! Open only in the winter, this 30-foot high structure sends toboggans down an ice-covered chute onto frozen Mirror Lake. Depending on weather conditions...

Scenic Tours with Adirondack Flying Service
27 Airport Lane, Lake Placid
(518) 523-2473

Adirondack Scenic Flights "I'll never forget the first time I flew over the Adirondacks!" Our scenic flights take off from Lake Placid airport, just on the edge of the village of Lake Placid. Choose the 20-minute scenic tour featuring Olympic venues,...

Ausable Chasm
2144 Route 9, Au Sable Chasm
(518) 834-7454

The oldest natural attraction in the United States (est. 1870), the sites of the chasm are breathtaking. Formed of sandstone that is 500 million years old from a time geologists call the Cambrian period. Hike the 5+ miles of scenic trails, float the...

Adirondack Riverwalking & Forest Bathing
Saranac Lake
(518) 637-2963

Slow down, unplug and immerse your senses in nature. Our experienced guides invite you through a series of brief ever-changing sensory activities to explore nature in the Adirondacks in new ways. Adirondack Riverwalking offers outdoor guided...

The Wild Center
45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake
(518) 359-7800

Three years running, The Wild Center was named the People's Choice top attraction in the Adirondacks by the readers of Adirondack Life. To top it all off, The Wild Center's Wild Walk, a trail across the treetops, has opened to rave reviews. It's all...

High Falls Gorge
4761 Route 86, Wilmington
(518) 946-2278

High Falls Gorge is the Adirondacks' most breathtaking, year-round, 30 minute walk. Witness four majestic waterfalls cascading over rocks into a deep crevice carved a billion years ago, learn about all the natural wonders of the falls, grab a bite to...