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Ausable Chasm, open since 1870, is the oldest and largest natural attraction in the Adirondacks. More than 10 million visitors have explored the chasm on the well-maintained scenic nature trails. Scenic vistas, bridges and stairs throughout provide...more
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This is a beautiful location in the Adirondacks known by some as the "Little Grand Canyon of the East" or "Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks." Some of the package options are fairly adventurous include a zip line and rock climbing. We had a great time...More
So happy we visited the Chasm. What breathtaking views. We are left we wonderful memories of the Adirondacks. We will make sure to visit here again the next time we are in the area. The views are not to be missed!!!
Enjoyed a vigorous 3.5 mile hike through the chasm. The Inner Sanctum trail brings you down into the gorge, with enough up and down to make it a nice workout. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Several additional nature type trails, with a rafting option in...More
If you like the outdoors and walking, this is a great place to go.
Thev vews are fantastic! The trails are well kept and it is not a difficult trek.
I had a total knee replacement 4 months prior to our trip And I was...More
First-plan to spend a day here. There is so much to see and do and we ran out of time BUT not do to our fault but rather the staff. Three of our group decided to do the adventure tour, while the other three watched...More
We arrived 1st thing in the morning and parking was filling up fast. Bought the adventure tickets to do the wire adventure park and tubing. Line up was fairly short. Bathroom line up was outrageous. This place would benefit having change rooms available.
Beautiful scenery . we did both upper and lower trails.
I like them both
The adventurer trail ( paid extra) is fun to do. our guide Ryan was very good. He explained everything clearly.We moved as comfortable pace. The adventure trail was better than I...More
My family was able to book the 'Ultimate Package' which combined the rappelling, rock climbing, adventure trail and hiking trails this August. I cannot say enough about this experience! The trails and scenery are absolutely beautiful and are a must see if you are in...More
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I would not take a baby on a raft. There is a very small part where you do go thru a rapid. The other part is the life jacket, baby should not wear a life jacket that they have. My daughter is 40 lbs and that was a good size... More
I would not take a baby on a raft. There is a very small part where you do go thru a rapid. The other part is the life jacket, baby should not wear a life jacket that they have. My daughter is 40 lbs and that was a good size for her first time. I would not recommend with a baby.
Cost depends on what you want to do. The plain entry just let's you walk the gorge trail which ends with a short ride on the river and that's not too pricey. For the trips with ropes and stuff where you zig zag over the... More
Cost depends on what you want to do. The plain entry just let's you walk the gorge trail which ends with a short ride on the river and that's not too pricey. For the trips with ropes and stuff where you zig zag over the river between the cliffs the cost is considerably more. Do bring your own food and water. There is a snack bar but it isn't cheap. Check website for various prices.