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Nestled in the mountains of upstate New York, near the Hudson River and Gore Mountain, our four-season Adirondack hotel and resort is a refuge from the pace and pressure of everyday life. Our rustic environment invites you to step back to more tranquil times.
In the winter, we’re a premiere center for Adirondack cross country skiing and snowshoeing. In the spring, summer and fall we provide access to a wide range of warm weather activities including hiking, swimming, paddling, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and a host of local attractions. All year round the lodge and resort function as a unique event venue, with an outstanding restaurant, cozy pub, and beautiful grounds.
We invite you to relax, unwind and enjoy life lived on simpler terms.
Nestled in the Adirondacks, overlooking a beautiful pristine lake, with miles of private ski and hiking trails, the lodge is the focal point of a special place that offers options for activity as well as rest and relaxation.
The Log House Restaurant at Garnet Hill Lodge is dedicated to serving our guests the most delicious and passionately prepared dishes made from scratch with only fresh, authentic ingredients, served in a unique and intimate setting.
Nationally known for our terrain, snowfall and facilities, Garnet Hill is a one of an elite group of Nordic ski resorts. In spring, summer and fall we offer a wide range of activities including hiking, biking, paddling and swimming.
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house happy children lay playing with smiles and no shouts, while parents sipped cocktails and finished desserts. A fire in the fireplace, a bustle in the kitchen but outside silent snowflakes create powder conditions.
Let us do the cooking while you enjoy the company of your family or friends and admire the serenity of the Adirondack mountains.
Discover Christmas the old fashioned way, a Log House, a roaring fire, snowshoeing through the woods, and coming back to the delicious smells of Christmas Dinner and fig pudding.