This Stone Path Just Across The Border From Ontario Is The Coolest Hike You'll Ever Go On
Climb every mountain.
One of the coolest hikes you can do near Ontario is just across the border and it involves a spectacular stone path up a mountain.
Whiteface Mountain is the fifth largest in New York State, representing one of the Hight Peaks of the Adirondacks. It's most known as the site of an amazing five-star ski resort, with the greatest vertical of any lift-serviced mountain in the Northeast. Located in Wilmington, the mountain is only a 3 hour drive across the border from Kingston.
There's more to the mountain than just epic skiing - it features a half-mile Stairway Ridge Trail made of stone steps that leads hikers to the mountain's summit:
Many travellers have noticed its resemblance to the Great Wall of China, calling it a miniature version of it. The start of the path marks the point that's 4,610 feet above sea level, and the end of the man-made path offers unparalleled views of the surrounding land.
You'll see the breathtaking mountain ranges, rivers and valleys of the Adirondacks, and it's truly a sight to behold:
Plan your trip to Whiteface Mountain today!