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APA approves change that could lead to rail trail

December 14, 2018 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency on Friday approved a change to the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan that could pave the way for a hotly contested trail replacing the railroad... more »»

Forest rangers rescue Canadian man on Algonquin Peak Monday

December 14, 2018 LAKE PLACID — State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers rescued a 38-year-old Ottawa man from near the summit of New York’s second-tallest peak Monday, Dec. 10. more »»

APA committee passes rail trail precursor to full board

December 13, 2018 RAY BROOK — A state Adirondack Park Agency committee approved some high-profile items at Thursday’s meeting, with approval by the full board possible Frida. more »»

Fore-season golfing in the Ad’ks

December 12, 2018 PAUL SMITHS — As anyone who lives in the Adirondacks knows, having a multitude of pastimes lined up for the winter months is essential. more »»

Take the long way home for added enjoyment

December 12, 2018 I recently had an opportunity to enjoy a long day of backcountry skiing, covering a route that offered a wide range of terrain and very little human traffic. more »»

Case closed: Towns win back Old Mountain Road

December 7, 2018 LAKE PLACID — Old Mountain Road, a historic highway that was — until recently — part of a state wilderness area, has been returned to two local towns after more than a decade-long legal battle. more »»

Winter is settling in for the season

December 5, 2018 During the winter season, it often appears as if the Adirondacks are a vast land of ice and snow that will remain locked forever in an eternal battle for the heart of the land. more »»

Wooley book is a study of Adirondack photography

December 5, 2018 A new book of historic photographs offers much more than just a glimpse into the post-Gilded Age-era Adirondacks as it seeks to highlight the importance of one particular “town photographer. more »»

Canadian who died on Long Lake mountain identified

December 4, 2018 LONG LAKE — A 51-year-old Canadian man died while hiking a popular fire tower peak in the Adirondacks on Saturday, Dec. 1. more »»

Christmas Bird Count returns

November 28, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — The 63rd annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count will take place in late December this year, and locals with an interest in birding are encouraged to sign up to watch for birds at... more »»

Find the cure on a pair of skis

November 22, 2018 Although it is easy to forget or overlook the Adirondack region’s long-lasting legacy of providing guests with an opportunity to benefit from the “healing woods,” there was a time when such efforts... more »»

Ski season underway in the Olympic Region

November 20, 2018 LAKE PLACID — All of the state Olympic Regional Development Authority ski centers opened this past weekend. more »»

Embark to get a facelift

November 20, 2018 Embark, which is has been published by the Adirondack Daily Enterprise six times a year as a free outdoors adventure magazine, will undergo some major changes early next year. more »»

ORDA ski centers open Saturday and Sunday

November 15, 2018 WILMINGTON — All four state Olympic Regional Development Authority ski centers will open Saturday for the first time this season, instead of the following weekend as previously announced. more »»

Easy access to big views on Baxter

November 14, 2018 KEENE VALLEY — For a short, relatively easy hike, Baxter Mountain near Keene Valley can tick a lot of boxes on various checklists. more »»

No skiing: Whiteface toll road will stay plowed for elevator renovation

November 9, 2018 WILMINGTON — The Veterans Memorial Highway, which allows people to drive nearly to the summit of Whiteface Mountain, will be plowed through the winter as work on the summit elevator continues for a... more »»

Pickerel and Rock ponds make a pretty pair

November 7, 2018 SARANAC LAKE — Shoulder season in the Adirondacks can be tough, especially when rain in November could easily turn to snow at any time. more »»

Adirondack Council reveals results of High Peaks hiker surveys

November 7, 2018 KEENE VALLEY — A recent survey revealed that hikers in and around the High Peaks Wilderness Area overwhelmingly want the state to prioritize its time and money toward protecting the area’s wild... more »»

Keene hunter dies as rifle goes off accidentally

October 31, 2018 A woman found her husband dead from a rifle shot Tuesday in an orchard on their property in Keene, where he had been hunting. more »»

White-nose syndrome still having impact

October 31, 2018 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is reminding the public to stay out of caves and mines where bats are spending the winter as a disease continues to threaten already decimated... more »»

 
 

 

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