This Canopy Walk In New York Will Make Your Stomach Drop

Ready to take a walk on the wild side…literally? One of our most favorite features of the Adirondack region is the wonderful Wild Center in Tupper Lake. The Wild Center focuses on educating visitors about the nature and wildlife surrounding us and living inside of the Adirondacks. Celebrating its 10-year anniversary this July, the natural history center has specifically become a popular place to visit since last summer.

What was so great about last summer you might ask? After years and years of planning and roughly a year and a half of building, the Wild Center opened its Wild Walk. Before your legs fall out from underneath you, let me just say that if you’re going to take on a canopy walk, this is the one you should try first. Accessible to everyone and comprised of unforgettable experiences, this adventurous walk amongst the trees has quickly won over the hearts of New York.

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What area of the Wild Walk are you the most interested in exploring? Check out this wonderful video below to get a better look!

Were you able to make it out to the Wild Center last year to explore the adventurous Wild Walk? Share with Only In New York your favorite parts about visiting these gems of Tupper Lake!