Monday, October 24, 2016

Survey of Adirondack Lodging Operators Underway

actlsThe Adirondack Community-based Trails and Lodging System (ACTLS) is asking the public to fill out a survey to help inform them of the merits and design of a future lodging affiliate system.

The ACTLS project is a new initiative that aims to develop a conceptual plan for potential trail networks with key locations for lodging facilities within the Adirondack Park. This project seeks to help maximize the sustainable tourism economies of towns, villages, and hamlets throughout the Adirondacks, promote wellness, and advance conservation. 

The survey is available here, and will be open until 12 pm on Tuesday, November 1st.

ACTLS has partnered with Paul Smith’s College Professor Kelly Cerialo’s Field Studies in Hospitality class to explore what a potential affiliate system of lodging operations associated with the hut-to-hut network could look like.

ACTLS is expected to share the results of this study when the analysis of the collected data is complete.


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