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INTRO 101 - One Square Mile of Hope

19Aug2014
Author:Michelle Clement
One Square Mile of Hope - September 13. 2014 In less that a month, the record breaking One Square Mile of Hope will float onto Fourth Lake in Inlet, New York. Once again event organizers and paddlers...

Paddling the Bog River

Many of the most memorable paddles in the Adirondacks are quiet backwaters which take boaters into a watery wilderness away from the noise of motors and the din of everyday life. The Bog River is one...

Hiking, Birding, and Bearing at Hitchins Bog

06Aug2014
Author:Alan Belford
Birds on my way to the Bog The other day, I stopped off at Sabattis Bog along Sabattis Circle Road on my way to Hitchins Bog. Sabbatis sits right along the road and gives easy access to a splendid...

Paddling Raquette Lake

06Aug2014
Author:Spencer Morrissey
Many options for a weekend paddle on one of the Adirondacks premiere lakes Raquette Lake is an interesting body of water, not only is it a large body, but its structure is unique in itself. With...

Picnic in Speculator

17Jul2014
Author:Michelle Clement
Great food, good company and even a little history along the Sacandaga River Pathway  This week I had a meeting in the Speculator, New York area of the Adirondacks. When my meeting concluded, I...

A Family Hike At John Dillon Park

10Jul2014
Author:Michelle Clement
Discovering John Dillon Park  Last fall I discovered an absolute gem for family camping, hiking and picnics. It's International Paper's John Dillon Park located on New York State Route 30 (The...

Time traveling to the old-school Adirondacks

The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake is just so cool. It's like time traveling.  I'm pretty fascinated by Adirondack history. We talk nowadays about how life is so tough in the Adirondacks,...

Five Family Friendly Hikes

29May2014
Author:Spencer Morrissey
Plentiful Hiking New York State is not lacking in hiking opportunities, especially when it comes to the Adirondack Park. Not all hiking in the Adirondacks is perfect for the entire family, especially...

5 Secluded Flatwater Paddles in The Adirondacks

15May2014
Author:Spencer Morrissey
The Adirondacks is filled with paddling opportunities, far too many to write about in one single blog, but below you can read about five destinations that are well worth checking out. Where are your...

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