Reduce Your Environmental Impact at a Sustainable Green Hotel
The Adirondacks enjoy a very long history of environmental leadership and vision. The Blue Line that defines the boundaries of the Adirondack Park was established in 1892 in order to protect timber and water resources. And, groups from the Adirondacks have had a role in the establishment of national and statewide legislation aimed at eliminating acid rain and other related issues.
Eco Properties in the Adirondacks
The protection of our natural resources benefits both residents and visitors. Now, three of the highest rated eco-sustainable properties in the country can be found here in the Adirondack Park! Gauthier's Saranac Lake Inn, Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort in Lake Placid, and Hohmeyer's Lodge on Lake Clear each have been awarded Audubon's highest rating - Platinum (formerly 5 leaf).
Audubon International offers a rigorous third party certification program for lodging in the United States and Canada. The program works with lodging facilities to ensure that they are using best practices when it comes to environmental issues related to running their establishment.
Visitors who want to continue to lessen their impact on the environment while traveling can rest assured they are doing their part when visiting the lodging found below.