Blog Entries in April 2016

Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Apr 29, 2016
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A bison herd is a peculiar site in the eastern United States, but in the Adirondacks anything is possible. Take Exit 29 off of Interstate 87 and drive west, toward Newcomb, for about 4 miles. Just after the Branch River leaves your side, the evergreen-laden forest opens to reveal about 40 bison in a large pasture — that's the Adirondack Buffalo Company's herd. Two hundred years ago, it wasn't
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Apr 22, 2016
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To me, summer means long treks into the backcountry. As any serious outdoors adventurer can attest, there isn't a single "correct" way to do that, although there are some guidelines worth adhering to. Those aside, outdoor exploration is a realm of self-sufficiency, an endeavor where tricks are acquired through conversation and experience. Long days outside means there's no easy way to get food
Submitted by Kim Rielly on Apr 18, 2016
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Clearing the dustGiven a forecast of sunny skies and mid-50 degree temperatures, we decided to take an afternoon off last week and revisit what we recalled as being a super paddling adventure. I looked back at my photo library, and realized that we had not paddled the Schroon River since 2010. Then I looked at my kayak, hanging in its storage rack on the side of a building, and realized that I
Submitted by Spencer Morrissey on Apr 04, 2016
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Tough week at work? Stressed by something totally out of your control? Need a break from the everyday? Talk to Mother Nature she can help with all that. Taking that famous road less traveled can be a great start. Breathe in the cool air of a mountain peak or stroll through open forests to a peaceful back-country pond. Take a nap in the sun as a warm breeze washes over you from the south, or take