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Lewis County and chamber launch new regional tourism site, mobile apps

LOWVILLE, N.Y. — Tourists and outdoor enthusiasts interested in visiting the Adirondacks-Tug Hill region have some new tools at their fingertips.

Lewis County  and the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce teamed up to roll out new mobile apps and a redesigned tourism website (adirondackstughill.com) that will allow visitors to quickly view activities, shopping options, restaurants, and overnight accommodations.

The new site — with the slogan “Our backyard. Your adventure.” — includes information highlighting everything the region has to offer, according to a Lewis County news release.

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 At adirondackstughill.com, visitors can identify activities by season, find trail maps for a hike, learn about Lewis County’s history, and discover the products for which the area is known, the release noted.

The new mobile apps provide information on ATV and snowmobile trails as well as summer and winter-specific activities.

“These new tools make planning a day trip, weekend, or extended vacation so simple,” Anne Merrill, executive director of the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce, contended in the release. “And local residents might just discover something new and fantastic right here in our very own backyard.”

Frank Pace, a Lewis County senior planner, added, “The Adirondacks-Tug Hill region is an active four-seasons region with countless benefits for residents and tourists alike. The new apps and web site will make finding these activities so much easier, whether it be ATVing and hiking in the fall, snowmobiling and skiing in the winter, or fishing and boating in the warmer months.”

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