From Adirondack Day Hikes: Pine Orchard by Barbara McMartin reprinted in Adirondack Sports and Fitness, June 2000.
“Pine Orchard Trail begins on private land in James Flater’s front yard leads to a knoll with an unusual history. A very old road that traversed the knoll dates back to the early nineteenth century. Parts of […]
Harvey Road writes a blog focused on skiing in the Adirondacks and activities surrounding North River, NY.
I just found a post written from a past journal entry. It describes a 3 day- 2 night winter solo camping trip taken in the 13th Lake, Garnet Hill, Puffer Pond, Twin Ponds area.
While I […]
Rob surveys the landscape from Giant Mountain.
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Our friends over at Adirondack Almanack are celebrating their 4th year. Begun in the spring of 2005, the Almanack has grown to be a popular online journal of news and opinion, addressing local politics and culture, history, regional development, outdoor recreation, the environment and other issues for the Adirondack region. Adirondack Almanack is the longest […]
Adirondack Almanack has published their list of the seven natural wonders of the Adirondacks. Their list includes St Regis Canoe Area,unnamed Peak, Lake George, AuSable Chasm, OK-Slip Falls, the Finch Pruyn backcountry, and the Barton Garnet Deposit along with their justifications for the feature. They also have a companion list of the seven human-made wonders.