Eventually every season makes way for the next. In the Adirondacks, the brilliance of autumn disappears as the days grow shorter. Soon the smell of snow is in the air and skiers and boarders begin dreaming of perfect turns and fluffy powder. I may be just now thinking of winter, but the good folks over at Gore Mountain have been thinking about winter all summer long.
Gore Mountain boasts the
The spirits callI recently spent a full day exploring a couple of really interesting places in Newcomb. After leaving our first stop, the Adirondack Interpretive Center, we enjoyed an awesome lunch at the High Peaks Kitchen and Campground in Newcomb on Route 28N. The food is great and inexpensive, and the service is terrific. I’d recommend a stop here for breakfast or lunch since they serve both
It was a gorgeous day in the Adirondacks when my boyfriend, David, and I took a trip to the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves in Pottersville. It was 72 and partly sunny, perfect for a little hike in the park, and I was itching to experience a new area of the Adirondacks I hadn’t seen yet in my two months of living here.
Although the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is a well-known Adirondack
Arts are a vital component of the Schroon Lake Region’s summer calendar. As a matter of fact, the oldest summer music school in the United States has its home in Schroon Lake. The beauty of the landscape and the clean mountain air could have a little bit to do with inspiring artists, whether they reside here or visit. Some of America’s most acclaimed painters have spent time capturing the
So many sources, so little time...The Hudson River has quite a history and is hailed as one of the major defining natural features of New York State. The river spans hundreds of miles from Keene to the Atlantic Ocean. The river is revered by many, and those admirers tend to visit often for all sorts of recreation reasons from photographing to swimming, paddling to motorboating, and fishing to