Gear

Skates, Skis or Snowshoes!

Wintertime gear includes so many innovative contraptions to strap onto your feet! And maybe you JUST got those brand new ones and you are DYING to try them out! Well, come on up to the heart of the...

Finn-tastic Nordic Skiing!

I've heard that people who live in NYC often never visit the Statue of Liberty and that there are people who live in Florida that have never seen the Everglades. That's how I feel about Lapland Lake...

Plan Out Your Adirondack Winter!

C'mon, everyone! Get ready for some winter fun!(And maybe cross a few gift purchases off your list!) When I woke up this morning, it was 4 degrees. There's also a nice 2-inch layer of fresh snow on...

Getting Ready for Winter

We are just getting our first official snowfall, so now is the time to get prepared so you are not caught off guard! Snowmobile If you own your own snowmobiles, now is the time to get them registered...

Interview with an Angler

Trout season is open here in the Adirondacks, so I decided to sit down with an avid angler to talk about his love of fishing.   Charlie Warfield is an experienced fly fisherman that lives (and...

Proper Layering, Part 5: Core Protection

11Feb2016
Author:Spencer Morrissey
I don't know if I would say I've saved the best for last, but here it is anyway: Proper layering for core protection. This part of your body is by far the most important and vital for survival. It's...

Proper Layering, Part-3, Feet Protection

02Feb2016
Author:Spencer Morrissey
Starting from the bottom The feet can be a huge issue to deal with when not properly equipped for the weather. This is an especially problematic area for many people in the winter when ill-fitting or...

DIY Exploring—A Bushwhacking Overview

18May2015
Author:Spencer Morrissey
Adirondack Bushwhacking I have been exploring the Adirondack backwoods for decades and much of that time has been spent off-trail, through the forest, thick and thin, bushwhacking. I took on the...

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