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Submitted by Alan Belford on Sep 03, 2017
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Setting up CampMy friend and I were doing some exploring east of Long Lake, having made quick stops in places like the canoe access for Fishing Brook (between Long Lake and Newcomb), and finding Red Crossbills along the way – our first of several for the trip. We decided to set up camp in Vanderwhacker Wild Forest off Moose Pond Way, the road which takes hikers to the trailhead for Vanderwhacker
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 29, 2017
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Fans of fall foliage, (and yes, I am one) can fall into well-worn paths of enjoyment. Sometimes it is a great advantage to shake up the usual and take the road, or hike, or paddle...less traveled. One of the appeals of the Schroon Lake region is how very much fall we have, and in beautiful settings, too. This can be just a bit overwhelming. Here's some concepts which can help you get your arms
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Aug 15, 2017
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Schroon Lake is a lot of things. On the surface, it’s a water-studded region that’s ringed by mountains and blanketed in forest. Last week, my wife Anna and I looked a little deeper and discovered it’s also the kind of place that attracts interesting people. By visiting four different places, we heard four different stories from people who love this region. 1. Engaged on Mount SeveranceA trip
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 09, 2017
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An amazing sculptor once called Newcomb both her home and her inspiration. Anna (Vaughn) Hyatt Huntington was known, both then and now, as an artist whose specialty was animal and garden figures. Immersed in natureAnna arrived in New York City in 1902, having established herself in the Boston area with small animal sculptures. She soon established herself as an artistic force to be reckoned with
Submitted by Pamela Merritt on Aug 07, 2017
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Fall is such a lovely time in the Schroon Lake Region. Our acres of forest blaze into visual action. Then they are reflected from our crystalline lakes and reached via our miles of hiking paths or some of the most scenic drives in all of the Adirondacks. There are also some wonderful events that might give you new ideas for how to best enjoy this crisp and colorful time of year. Most rowdyEvery
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