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The 7 Most Beautiful Hotels in the Adirondacks


As early as the 19th century, fabled names—the likes of Rockefeller and Vanderbilt—retreated into New York’s remote Adirondack Mountains. Within the lake-rich, old-growth seclusion, they erected big-beamed lodges (now termed Great Camps), the flagships of rustic luxury in New York’s northern terrain—a culture of back-to-nature architecture and sylvan summers. There are over 6 million protected acres throughout Adirondack Park, forming one of the earth’s largest forest preserves, and the best of the region’s accommodations nod to the golden age of travel—here are a few that turn some heads.
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