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A Guided Adventure up Sawyer and Little Sawyer

Date:
Sep 02, 2014
A Guided Adventure up Sawyer and Little Sawyer Hiking in the Indian Lake Region As a licensed guide I have the pleasure of planning some pretty interesting and fun trips for the Town of Long Lake,...

A Weekend on Long Lake

Date:
Aug 25, 2014
Weekend on Long Lake: Part 1 of 3   Gearing up for vacation   With an extended weekend planned and the boats strapped securely to the roof rack, we loaded up our camping gear, charged the batteries...

INTRO 101 - One Square Mile of Hope

Date:
Aug 18, 2014
18Aug2014
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...

Relaxing Dinner Cruise on Raquette Lake

Date:
Aug 11, 2014
11Aug2014
Author:Michelle Clement
Date Night in Raquette Lake, New York Recently I had the opportunity to experience one of the Adirondack's most relaxing attractions and intimate dining experiences: Raquette Lake Navigation's...

Paddling the Bog River

Date:
Aug 06, 2014
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...

Paddling Raquette Lake

Date:
Aug 05, 2014
05Aug2014
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...

Hiking, Birding, and Bearing at Hitchins Bog

Date:
Aug 05, 2014
05Aug2014
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...

Adirondacks late summer events

Date:
Aug 04, 2014
04Aug2014
Author:Dean Nervik
August is a busy time of the season as the summer winds down. There are events, activities and recreational opportunities that are second to none in the Adirondacks.  MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS  Catch a...

Adirondack Insiders' Guide: Summer

Date:
Jul 23, 2014
Finding the best travel information When I travel, I often find myself asking for advice from people that I meet along the way. It could be the night attendant at the lodging property, the local...

Birding in Horseshoe Bog

Date:
Jul 17, 2014
17Jul2014
Author:Alan Belford
Bog Birding I've recently done some poking around along the border of Hamilton and St. Lawrence Counties and found myself the other day in what some folks call Horseshoe Bog. Horseshoe is really an...

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