Hiking

Submitted by Spencer Morrissey on Sep 25, 2014
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If you missed part 1 read it here. Our Story Continues, Part 2: Rise and shine; the breakfast bell just went off, offering us up some gluten free French toast, bacon, fresh fruit, and most importantly – coffee. Luckily Elk Lake Lodge had a bag lunch waiting for us because day two was to be a full day as we planned to climb Sunrise, Grandpa Pete, and Clear Pond Mountains. After breakfast we took
Submitted by Spencer Morrissey on Sep 18, 2014
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Hiking the Elk Lake Preserve, Chillin’ at Elk Lake LodgePart 1 of 3It has been a long time coming that Corenne and I were to stay at the Elk Lake Lodge. We have talked many times, over a cold beer, about hiking a bunch of their trails and revisiting the 100-highest peaks that reside on the property. You see, the trails on Elk Lake Property are only open to guests of the lodge, which in my opinion
Submitted by Chris Lang on Aug 29, 2014
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The Dix Range5 Mountains over 4,000 feetKnown for its namesake Dix mountain, the Dix Range is home to five mountains over 4000 feet; East Dix, South Dix, Macomb, Hough and Dix. Of the five peaks only Dix has a maintained trail and the other four have herd paths that lead to each of the summits. The paths, while not official trails, are maintained fairly well and not too difficult to follow with
Submitted by Chris Lang on May 29, 2014
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On the TrailsOn a typical good weather weekend you’ll see plenty of hikers at the popular trailheads such as the Giant Mountain Roaring Brook Trailhead. When we arrived at the trailhead after a short drive from where we were staying in Schroon Lake, we parked on the side of the road since the parking lot was full of other hikers. Here we met up with a few friends to take one of the less
Submitted by Elizabeth Lee on Jul 04, 2013
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After three days of using my boot drier last week I was pretty excited about a hike on a dirt road instead of soggy trails.  I had the good fortune to join Steven Engelhart of Adirondack Architectural Heritage on a trip into the magical Camp Santononi.  Steven and 2012 intern Charlotte Barrett were launching a new interpretive guide which Barrett wrote.  Despite downpours