Foliage is the star fall attraction at Whiteface Lodge, tucked high in the woodlands of the Adirondack Park. Cocktails by a fire pit in a private Lean To, or warm, homemade cookies at turndown in front of the guest’s own in-suite cast-iron fireplace, are the perfect cap to an autumn day spent on an outdoor adventure with an ADK Guide – one of Whiteface Lodge’s adventure concierges. Apple Cider treatments give a seasonal twist to the resort’s spa menu. Fall rates start at $282 per night, down from $448 in high season.
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