The Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy has protected over 571,000 acres since 1971.
From vast hardwood forests to towering scenic vistas, the Adirondack Park is a hikers' dream. And, because most of The Nature Conservancy's preserves are publicly accessible and equipped with trails, guides, and visitor areas, we encourage you to get out on the land!
Preserve guides are available at the trailheads. Our preserves are open year-round, from dawn to dusk. Please remember that these natural areas are set aside for educational and scientific pursuits. To help ensure the continued protection of these special places and their natural features, please respect the following guidelines.
You will not find any staff on duty at the preserves. Therefore, we ask you to prepare for your visit and take proper precautions while on site.
To get the most from your visit, and to protect yourself from the elements, you may want to include the following items in your backpack:
The following activities are permitted on Conservancy preserves:
The following activities are not permitted on Conservancy preserves:
If you notice vandalism or any other problems, please contact Doug Munro at (518) 576-2082 x130 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and the Adirondack Land Trust, contact us using the information below, or stop by our offices on Main Street in Keene Valley.
8 Nature Way/PO Box 65
Keene Valley, NY 12943
Phone: (518) 576-2082
Fax: (518) 576-4203
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.