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Breathtaking beauty. World class recreation. Diverse opportunities. Step into an experience that you need to see to believe. Visit the Adirondacks! Spanning more than six million acres with over 100 welcoming communities, the Adirondack Region is home to the largest protected natural area in the lower 48. Like a patchwork quilt, the Adirondacks are made up of twelve distinct regional...
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The 6-million-acre park, that comprises the Adirondack Mountains, was established by the New York State Legislature in 1892. It has evolved into a patchwork of public and private lands, where thousands of people live, work and play in a protected environment of mountains, forests and streams. The private lands are primarily part of the the Adirondack Forest Preserve, a diverse system of State...
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The High Peaks Region in the Adirondacks is famous for its magnificant 46 peaks including Mt. Marcy, the highest peak in New york State, with an elevation of 5344' .The 46 peaks include the following mountains (listed in order of height): Mt. Marcy, Algonquin Peak, Mt. Haystack, Mt. Skylight,...
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The 90-Miler Blueway is a beautiful waterway trail that spans from Old Forge, NY to Saranac Lake, NY. It is also known as the first section of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT), a waterway trail that connects Old Forge, NY to Fort Kent, Maine. The 90-Miler section of the NFCT is a continuous...
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As the weather warms up, our Adirondack playground comes to life with new chances to connect to nature and our surroundings. Travelers and residents take to the trails choosing from miles of scenic routes on which to hike and explore. Birders are attracted to the area and can often be seen...
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Visit Saranac Lake - the Coolest Place in the Adirondacks - your days will be filled with recreational activities, history, heritage, arts, and family fun. Saranac Lake is nestled amongst the lakes, mountains, and features art galleries and a vibrant downtown. Plan your trip today! Saranac Lake has been a popular destination since the 19th century, when loggers left the forests for the winter...
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There’s something about waking up in the mountains that’s just...well, you’ll see. Keene Valley, Jay and Au Sable Forks are three quintessential Adirondack communities, each with its own character and charm. There are many jumping-off points for access to wilderness areas in the Adirondacks, but Keene Valley is clearly the king, being within a stone’s throw from the Great Range and New York’s...
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Balsam pillows, maple syrup, spruce gum, custom-made rustic furniture — they’re all products comprised of raw materials native to the Adirondacks. Other businesses, current or defunct, have similar roots, but occasionally in regional history we find homegrown livelihoods that seem an odd fit for the North Country. Among the unlikeliest of those is pearl harvesting — not in the St. Lawrence...
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We are moving our Safari Camp this year to a private location on the Schroon River in Warrensburg, NY. It's just across the river from last years campground location and just minutes from Lake George and the areas best attractions. The new grounds have nice mountain views and breezes from 26 acres of open fields on the Schroon River. The property boasts very nice bathroom facilities, showers,...
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The Adirondack Mountain Club members protect New York's wild lands and waters, volunteer to maintain hiking trails and stay in Adirondack lodges and camp. Together we can protect New York’s wild lands and waters. Join ADK to conserve natural places, help others discover nature, and get out there to play! Over 50 volunteers are here at the Heart Lake Program Center this weekend helping to get...
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Easily choose Adirondack hikes by mileage, difficulty level or by name. Use the interactive map to explore hiking, road and mountain biking trails, paddling waterways, fishing, birding, camping and lots more. And download the no-reception-needed trail app before heading out in the Park, know where to go at all times! Our FREE no-reception-needed Adirondack Trails app is available for both...
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The Refuge Center includes a one mile educational hiking trail, which also serves as a Public Fishing Access trail, and winds its way along the river and river sloughs, through forest and meadow. Our enclosures for education birds include Red-Tailed Hawks, Broad-Winged Hawks, Rough-Legged Hawks, Swainsons Hawks, Peregrine Falcons, Great Horned Owls, Barred Owls, Screech Owls, Turkey Vultures...
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Welcome to one of the last grand old, traditional summer camps in USA. Founded over 100 years ago, we focus on personal growth fueled by fun, sports, arts, adventure, and camaraderie. Adirondack is a traditional summer camp for kids — a co-ed camp for girls and boys ages 7-17. Located on Lake George, Adirondack looks and feels like a classic Maine Camp and is, in upstate NY, one of the premier...
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Adirondack Vacations offers a variety of lakefront private home and cottage rentals in the Lake Placid, Saranac Lake and High Peak’s region of New York. Welcome to Adirondack Vacations, offering a variety of lakefront private home and cottage rentals in the Lake Placid, Saranac Lake and High Peak’s region of New York’s Adirondack Lakes and Mountains. Most properties are waterfront or water...
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Adirondack region's wildlife, history, lifestyle and vacation opportunities. Exploring the Adirondacks’ hidden heritage and a growing farm revival, plus cocktails, wildflowers and our readers favorite places to eat, stay and play. From our May/June issue, on newsstands and available digitally. How an Adirondack entrepreneur found a global market.
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Camping in the Adirondacks is an outdoor experience unlike anything you’ve tried before. The Adirondack Campground Association catalogs the best Adirondack campgrounds, offering options for tents or RVs that range from lakeside to easy access to trail heads. Helping camping and RV enthusiasts to discover new base camps for their Adirondack adventures is the mission of the ACA. The ACA...
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Formerly known as the Adirondack Museum, the Adirondack Experience brings the history of the Adirondacks to life in fun, family friendly, unique ways. Breathtaking natural beauty. Surprising and inspiring stories. Rich traditions of progress and preservation. There is no other place in the world like the Adirondacks. And there’s no better place to experience it all than right here. Formerly...
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Visit during the colder months and you'll see why our favorite color is winter white. the greatest vertical drop in the east. Discover the thrill of dog sledding. Enjoy a romantic sleigh ride or the quiet beauty of snowshoeing – just a few of the activities you’ll experience in our winter wonderland. Surpassed in size only by the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain stretches 120 miles north to south...
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The Point Resort is a distinctive hideaway, a world apart. The Point is designated as Forbes only 5-star resort in Upstate New York. Built by William Avery Rockefeller a century ago, the fanciful log mansions, crafted of native timber and stone, personified the 19th century romantic notion of roughing it in great comfort, style and luxury. Today, The Point continues the tradition of honoring...
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The burgeoning spring season has rapidly reclaimed the land from the remaining depths of winter. Although snow remains in the upper elevations ... Read a digital version of the newspaper on your computer, tablet or smart phone using either an app or a web browser. Advertising affords you the opportunity to give people reasons to do business with you rather than your competition. PAUL SMITHS —...
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