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Welcome to the Hike‑A‑Thon

The Lake George Land Conservancy’s annual Hike-A-Thon is a one-day event held each July 5th, created to showcase LGLC’s parks and preserves as free public resources, and to promote an appreciation for the outdoors and protecting the land that protects the lake.

12th Annual Hike-A-Thon

Friday, July 5, 2024

Thank you for making this a GREAT Hike-A-Thon!

If you registered, participated, volunteered or were a part of the Hike-A-Thon in any other way, please take our after-event survey to let us know how we did! All eligible submissions will be entered to win one 2024 Hike-A-Thon print of your choice from Carl Heilman’s selection of aerial photos!

Sites & Accessibility

Click the button below to view all  of the sites, organized by difficulty. Need something short and easy? Try The Sembrich or Amy’s Park. Want a more challenging hike with a great view? Try the 7.5-mile Cat and Thomas loop, or Pole Hill Pond.

Need a fully accessible option? Join us at Prospect Mountain. Or contact our friends at Southern Adirondack Independent Living for free loaner equipment to help you along the way, including all-terrain wheelchairs, rollators, adaptive walking sticks, and more.

Maybe your perfect site is somewhere completely different – check out our FAQ section to learn how to participate virtually, or join wooden boat Cruise-A-Thon organized by Hike-A-Thon sponsor Love is on Lake George Cruises! Questions? Contact Sarah to help you find your perfect site.


Sponsors make it possible for the Lake George Hike-A-Thon to stay free for participants, allowing everyone to join in the fun, regardless of means.

After Party

Gather together at Bolton Community Center after your hike or paddle and swap stories, get some food and drink, enjoy kids’ activities, shop merchandise, and more!


It takes a huge team of dedicated volunteers to run the Hike-A-Thon—be one of them in 2024!

Hike-a-thon volunteers