On April 8, 2024, towns in the Adirondack Hub will be the perfect place to view the Great American Solar Eclipse. This isn't just an amazing sight, it's also rare! Total solar eclipses happen over the same place on earth about once every 400 years; you won't want to miss this!
What time will the Eclipse take place in North Hudson, New York?
The total duration of the April 8, 2024 eclipse will be 2 hours and 24 minutes.
Partial totality begins at 2:13:10 pm
Full totality begins at 3:26:00 pm
Maximum totality at 3:27:01 pm
Full totality ends at 3:28:02 pm
Partial totality ends at 4:36:57 pm
What can you do to prepare for the Eclipse?
Viewing a total solar eclipse in the Adirondacks is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and folks from all over will be visiting. As such, finding lodging before your trip is paramount to having the best possible time while you're here! Since the Eclipse is happening April 8, weather conditions will be variable. Be sure to come prepared, dress appropriately, and stay informed on the weather. If you're looking to get out on the trail, be mindful that it's shoulder season, and your route may be a mix of ice, snow, and mud. Pick a low elevation trail, practice Leave No Trace ethics, and Love Your ADK.