About 5 hours north of busy New York City, Lake Placid is an oasis of outdoor activities and relaxation. If it sounds familiar, perhaps it’s because Lake Placid has twice hosted the Winter Olympics and you can visit the sites those world-class athletes competed on and see how you compare. Nestled in the heart of the Adirondacks, the city provides visitors with the opportunity to reconnect with nature, enjoy amazing food and local beer, and participate in sporting activities year-round. With accommodations ranging from campsites and air b&b’s to luxury lodges and boutique inns, there truly is something for everyone. Below, highlights from our trip!
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