Sunday, August 10, 2014

ATV Trail Damage in the Black River Wild Forest

ATV Trail Damage in the Black River Wild Forest of the Adirondack Park


Dan Crane

Dan Crane writes regularly about bushwhacking and backcountry camping, including providing insights on equipment and his observations as a veteran backcountry explorer. He has been visiting the Adirondacks since childhood and actively exploring its backcountry for almost two decades. He is also life-long naturalist with a Master of Science in Ecology from SUNY ESF and 10+ seasons working as a field biologist, five inside the Blue Line.

Dan has hiked the Northville-Placid Trail twice and climbed all 46 High Peaks but currently spends his backpacking time exploring the northwestern portion of the Adirondacks. He is also the creator of the blog Bushwhacking Fool where he details his bushwhacking adventures.




One Response

  1. Lance Rivers says:

    I spent the happiest days of my young life in Upper Jay in the Adirondacks. To see this is CRIMINAL!!!
    The Adirondacks are “God’s Back Yard Place”!

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