What We’ve Been Up To

Hit the Trail! Jack and Joe hiked the Nun-da-ga-o Ridge and Hurricane Mountain in early August with founding trekker Kris Bratton, who was visiting the Adirondacks and friends from her home in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. We had a fantastic day! April Update Check...

AHH Partners with Village Mercantile-Saranac Lake

AHH is pleased to announce that we have partnered with the Village Mercantile of Saranac Lake to sell some of our products online. You can visit their site HERE. Click the "Shop" tab and scroll down to "Adirondack Hamlet and Huts" to visit our page. We are pleased to...

New Hut Designs for AHH by Norwich University

By Matt Burnett I have much enjoyed the opportunity to immerse myself in the centuries-old culture of hut-to-hut hiking in the Bavarian Alps for the past three years and my experiences there have given me cause to reflect on the similarities and differences between...

Video of North Creek Circuit via Indian Lake

Evan Williams and Eric Adsit of Pure Adirondacks created a wonderful video of our May guided trip. Take a look.

Adirondack Community-based Trails & Lodging System Releases Conceptual Routes

The New York State Department of State funded Adirondack Community-based Trails & Lodging System project has released a list of conceptual hut-to-hut routes with maps and descriptions.

DEC wants to help more NYers to experience the outdoors

by: BASIL SEGGOS: DEC Commissioner / Adirondack Daily Enterprise ​ New York is home to magnificent natural resources that both make our state a worldwide destination for outdoor recreation and bolster economic opportunities in our communities. As an avid outdoorsman,...

A New Nonprofit is Born: Adirondack Hamlets to Huts

Tracy Ormsbee of the Adirondack Almanack wrote the article below. The Adirondack Hamlets to Huts project, which incorporated in November, received its 501c3 status in April, making it an official nonprofit, Joe Dadey announced at the Adirondack Community-based Trails...

First Adirondack Hut-To-Hut Route Slated For 2018

Tracy Ormsbee of the Adirondack Almanack wrote the article below about our first trip in 2018. Although most of the Adirondack hut-to-hut discussion lately has focused on Boreas Ponds as the state considers the classification of the Forest Preserve land, another route...

Our Vision - Trips for Everyone

Weekend trips. Week-long trips. Some all hiking. Some all paddling. Some in which you can do both-- paddle and hike, even paddle and bike. No matter how long your selected route or your mode of travel, there are no tents to carry, camp stoves to struggle with, or mosquitoes biting you in your sleep on an Adirondack Hamlets to Huts trek.

You will travel to and through charming and historic Adirondack communities as well as amazing wild landscapes that make the Adirondacks the special place that it is. Our routes celebrate both the settled and the sublime, the culture of the Adirondacks as much as its nature. Your lodging will run the gamut, from the simple, such as walled tents, yurts, cabins, and motels, to the grand, including bed-and-breakfasts, hotels, lodges, and inns.

Come to the Adirondacks and experience the Park with Adirondack Hamlets to Huts. Adventure by day. Comfort at night.

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