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Take a walk through a winter wonderland at spots like the Basha Kill Wildlife Management Area and Sam's Point Preserve in the Catskills, Five Rivers Environmental Education Center in Albany, Minna Anthony Common Nature Center in the 1000 Islands, Landis Arboretum in the Capital Region, and Tifft Nature Preserve and Audubon Nature Center and Sanctuary in Chautauqua-Allegheny.Some have snowshoeing available, or even cross country skiing.Grab your skates and put your love on ice, gliding and twirling at rinks including Rockefeller Center and Bryant Park in New York City, Harborfront Park on Long Island, Bear Mountain Ice Rink in the Hudson Valley, Clinton Square Ice Rink in Syracuse, the Empire State Plaza Ice Rink in Albany, and the Olympic Speed Skating Oval in Lake Placid. Cold weather makes for great snuggling after downhill skiing at over 50 ski resorts-more than any other state.For experts there is the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies at Whiteface, and for beginners many slopes offer inclusive packages with lessons and equipment rental. Check out I SKI NY for the latest conditions and for special discounts, including how kids can ski for free!Chase waterfalls from Niagara to the gorges of Ithaca to Ausable Chasm in the Adirondacks.Get wet at water parks in Canandaigua or Old Forge and catch sunsets on Million Dollar Beach in Lake George or atop Mount Defiance at Fort Ticonderoga.The storybook village includes Santa's House, the reindeer barn, a bakery, candy shop, blacksmith and toy shop. Billed as the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks, the sandstone gorge south of Plattsburgh offers spectacular views of primeval rock formations including Elephant's Head, Column Rock Hyde's Cave and Jacob's Well.
Anybody can do dinner and a movie--but how about impressing that special someone with an out-of-the-ordinary date? Take a selfie with statues of women's rights legends Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. A day trip in Upstate New York can lead to all kinds of adventures.Check out these ideas when planning your next day trip in Upstate New York.By Alaina Potrikus | Contributing writer Advertised as the "High Line of the Forest," the Wild Walk gives visitors a chance to walk among the trees on a trail of bridges at the 81-acre Adirondack campus.