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Step off the pavement for a healthy retreat

November 23, 2013 Game on! From all reports, it appears that the peak of the rut has arrived. The rut is a term used to describe the annual whitetail deer breeding seaso. more »»

Commissioners question tower costs

November 20, 2013 RAY BROOK — The state may have to foot the bill to restore a pair of Adirondack fire towers unless groups that have pushed for their preservation can come up with the money. more »»

In search of more snow at hunting camp

November 16, 2013 The month of November is already halfway gone, and there’s barely been enough snow to reveal deer tracks, much less ski tracks until this week. more »»

Lower Sargent Pond reclaimed for brook trout

November 15, 2013 The state Department of Environmental Conservation recently finished eradicating non-native fish from Lower Sargent Pond in Hamilton County. more »»

Downhillers’ delight

November 15, 2013 WILMINGTON — There was a flock of turkeys on a grassy trail, at least one skier in sweatpants, and cobwebs hanging from one pair of skis seen riding up the gondola lift at the Whiteface Mountain Ski... more »»

Challenges and rewards of sportsmen’s pursuits

November 9, 2013 As the regular big game hunting season shifts into full gear, North Country hunters are again learning how to deal with unexpectedly warm weather patterns that have limited the supply of any... more »»

DEC surveys deer hunters statewide

November 8, 2013 A statewide deer hunter survey that will help determine future deer regulations is currently underway. more »»

Snowmaking begins at Whiteface

November 8, 2013 WILMINGTON — As real snowflakes drifted down from the sky, manmade ones started blowing on the slopes of Whiteface Mountain Ski Center today as artificial snowmaking began for the winter season. more »»

ADIRONDACK GADABOUT: On the hunt as the weather finally turns

November 2, 2013 Finally, the weather pattern has begun to look and feel more seasonally appropriat. more »»

Hiker rescued after falling down mountain slide

November 2, 2013 A hiker slid 75 to 100 feet down a rock slide on an Adirondack mountain, went airborne and somehow survived with only a broken leg. more »»

DEC’s fall search and rescue report

October 30, 2013 Town of Johnsburg, Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area On Sunday, Sept. 29, at approximately 5:23 p.m. more »»

Outdoor magazine moving to Southern Tier

August 24, 2013 Since its inception in 2004, New York Outdoor News has had its editorial headquarters in Elizabethtown at the Piatt hous. more »»

Time stands still with a rod in hand

August 11, 2013 Gary Berti once claimed, “Brook trout are the canary in the coal mine when it comes to water quality, and the presence of brook trout in a watershed indicates that water quality is excellent. more »»

Martens praises TNC for community outreach

August 9, 2013 LAKE PLACID — State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens praised The Nature Conservancy’s Adirondack Chapter for its efforts in engaging communities in recent years whe... more »»

High water levels extending whitewater season

July 1, 2013 Rain, rain and more rain. It’s been the most consistent storyline of the past week and quite possibly, the entire month. more »»

Adirondack loon program looking for funding

June 29, 2013 A loon monitoring program is in danger of not being fully funded this summe. more »»

Mini-tris open for season

June 28, 2013 High Peaks Cyclery Mini-Triathlon At Mirror Lake Beach June 24 results Women 18-29 ... more »»

Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race Results

June 12, 2013 Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race Saturday, June 8 Category 3/4 — Men ... more »»

Angling adventures — by boat, raft, etc.

May 30, 2013 Over the years, I’ve utilized a wide variety of vessels to access waters where trout can be found. I’ve paddled all sorts of canoes and rowed a variety of guideboats, johnboats and skiffs. more »»

First 46er Herb Clark honored in Saranac Lake

May 30, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack 46ers honored the late Herb Clark, a Saranac Lake guide and the first 46er, on Sunday, May 26, at the Saranac Lake Free Library. more »»

 
 

 

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