Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Nov 21, 2016
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Unless you’re going to lug a battery-operated space heater through the forest, a fire is your best bet for staying warm at night in the mountains. Campfires are allowed in most areas of the Adirondacks, but that doesn’t help if you can’t get one going. First, let's take a look at the basics of fire starting, then we’ll bring it inside because nothing beats a wood stove or fireplace on a frigid
Submitted by Kim Andresen on Nov 16, 2016
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In case you missed our top-rated social posts from the past year, here you go! Video:The Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival was amazing this year, as usual! Photo:Lake ahead! Time to hit the lake! Blog:Go big! Schroon Lake fishing is awesome whether you choose the big lake or a backcountry river! Check out our fishing blog to learn more. As the snow settles in and we realize the year is
Submitted by Jess Collier on Nov 10, 2016
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It’s finally the holiday season! I love the holidays because it’s just one big party for more than a month straight. Seeing friends and family you haven’t seen in a while, meeting new people and making new friends - there's so much fun in store each holiday season! Schroon Lake is a wonderful place to head for the holidays. The town has a holiday decorating contest each year, so the streets are
Submitted by Kim Andresen on Nov 07, 2016
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The water bodies of the Schroon Lake Region in the Adirondacks are some of the cleanest, coldest, and most inviting in the state. Where do you prefer to take the plunge, dip your toes, or paddle the boat? Keep voting for your ADK favorites: Family-friendly, close-to-town trek with best views? Where will you reel in the big one? Favorite 6er? Which way up? Winter activities, anyone?
Submitted by Mary Gallagher on Oct 28, 2016
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GREAT CAMP DEVASTATIONThe Adirondacks are an amazing part of New York’s history. They are so intricate, and most would argue there is no comparable place to this beautiful forest preserve. The building of Great Camps during the 1880s and 1920s confirm the desire to escape to the Adirondacks for rest and relaxation. The word vacation is believed to have originated when people would “vacate” the
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