Adirondack State Park is located in the northeastern part of New York and occupies an area of 2.5 million hectares. It is the largest natural park in the United States.
In the northeastern part of the park stands the Adirondack Mountain. It has 42 peaks with a height of 1200 m, and 11 of them have alpine profile. Here, tourists from all over the world come to ski, ride on dog sledding and engage in other winter sports. Additionally, Adirondack State Park has 3,200 kilometers of hiking trails and 2400 km of rivers. The lands in the park are covered with white and resinous pine forests, spruce, maple, birch and thorns. From mammals there are black bears, American lynx, coyote and white-tailed deer, and in the lakes there are trout and salmon.