I love the Adirondacks at any time of year but summer and fall provide the best weather (and colors), so you can take it all in outdoors. In other words, while you can ski this glorious mountain in the dead of winter and take in its magical glory while covered with a white frosting, you don’t always get the kind of visibility and clarity that you do on a hot summer day. I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
In the below photo-logue, we took a gondola up Whiteface Mountain in August, something you usually save for a means to getting to the top with skis and poles in tow, ready to fly down the mountain after a nice fluffy snowfall. Whiteface Mountain is closest to the village of Lake Placid New York, which is known for hosting two winter Olympics thus far. Now, you can see what this stunning region looks like in the middle of summer. Enjoy!