This sounds like a must-do for the summer to us! A New York landmark is listed among places to travel to travel to this summer. From Botswana to Indianapolis to Istanbul to New York!

The Wild Center's Wild Walk is among the top places to check out during the summer.

Conde Nast Traveler compiled a list of the top 30 places to travel to this summer. Between Nepal's Chitwan National Park and Croatia's Brac Island's Yoga for Bad People's retreat is the Adirondacks' Wild Walk in Tupper Lake, about five hours from Buffalo, NY.

Wild Walk in Tupper Lake is described by Conde Nast as the "next best thing to being an Ewok", and this is the perfect description.

  • What's It All About

    Get a birds-eye perspective of the Adirondacks, encounter animals and immerse yourself in nature.

    Wild Walk takes you up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest.

    "It’s designed to transform the way we see into the natural world by offering up the perspective of the rest of nature."

    The Wild Walk experience includes a four-story twig tree house and swinging bridges, a spider’s web where people can hang out, and chances to just sit and observe the forest below. There’s a full-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point.

  • Getting There

    5 Hours From Buffalo
  • When To Go

    The Wild Center and Wild Walk are open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    May 27 thru October 30 – Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only from October 11 – 30

  • How Much Is It?

    • Members Free
    • Age 4 and Under Free
    • Youth Ticket (5 - 17) $13
    • Adult Ticket (18 - 64) $20
    • Senior/Military Ticket (65+) $18
  • Pets?

    Pets are not allowed on the Wild Walk or on the trail system.

  • Accessibility

    • Manual wheelchairs and walkers available for loan free of charge
    • Power scooter available – call to reserve
    • Wagons/Strollers for children for loan free of charge