Fall Colors Trip
Some people who like to hike but do not camp have indicated an interest in coming but staying in a nearby motel. You can stay off site but need to make your own arrangements. To enjoy Saturday night's dinner, you will still need to bring plate, cup, and eating utensils.
Over the years we have seen nighttime temperatures from 19 to 40, daytime temperatures 30 to 75, cooler at the tops of mountains. About 1/3 of the time we get some precipitation. We have gotten as much as 3 inches of snow a few times. Be sure to pack carefully!
PolyPro or other synthetics are better than cotton which has no warmth went wet
windbreak and wool sweater - mountain tops are cold this time of year
day pack for lunch and sweater
hiking boots - freshly waterproofed - the Adks are wet
hat and mittens/gloves
warm clothes for evening
for kids: snow pants and winter boots
sleeping bag - night temp range 20-40 deg F
insulated pad for under sleeping bag
tent unless you signed up for leanto space or sharing tent space
large plastic garbage bags for wet or muddy gear
your own cup, bowl, plate, "silverware"
your own breakfast and lunch.
dinner supplied (at cost) except for beverage of your choice
vegetarians easily accommodated
enough cooking pots and stoves for breakfast needs of most people
Driving directions to the Adirondack Loj campground are available from Google Maps. Following is a map of the campground, showing locations of leantos and camp sites.