Lake George Hiking Guide

Plan a one-of-a-kind trip when you head out on a Lake George hiking adventure! From the surrounding Adirondack Mountain trails to the breathtaking lake views, it's sure to be an experience you'll never forget!

Experience 100-mile views from the summit of Prospect Mountain. Make the challenging trek, or drive up on Veterans Memorial Highway.
See Lake George from above by climbing one of the many mountains in the Lake George area. There are trails for beginners, experts, and hikers in between.
Looking for a challenge? Hiking in the Adirondacks can be difficult, but rewarding, and is a great next step after conquering Lake George hikes.
Black Mountain is a relatively easy hike with a few challenging spots. One of the few remaining firetowers in the Adirondacks adorns its summit.
A moderate hike on Lake George's east side, Buck Mountain can be hiked from either the north or the south.
From the summit of Cat Mountain, you can see a large stretch of the lake, as well as the surrounding mountains.
Crane Mountain features several steep, rocky sections, and has multiple ladders near the summit.
Fantastic views of Lake George are afforded from the gazebo that sits atop the Pilot Knob Preserve Hike in Fort Ann.
The pair of hikes to Shelving Rock Summit and Shelving Rock Falls are both relatively easy and suitable for beginners.
The climb to Stewarts Ledge only takes about 30 minutes and features a gentle incline with just one short, steep section.
The Tongue Mountain Range is a series of peaks that stretches along the west side of Lake George.
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