Adirondack Mountain Reserve
Some questions you may have regarding the Adirondack Mountain Reserve (AMR) with some changes and updates, please be sure to research before you, be prepared, plan well in advance.
Who Owns Adirondack Mountain Reserve?
The AMR is privately owned by a group of trustees, who are also members of the Ausable Club. They allow public access through their property via easements with the state. The AMR is 7,000 acres and is a gateway to a number of High Peaks and iconic trails like Rainbow Falls and Indian Head.
Do you need a reservation to hike Adirondacks?
Advance reservations are required and can be made two weeks in advance. Visitors can make reservations for day or overnight use, including overnight parking. It is not necessary to have a vehicle to make a reservation to hike.
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