People all over the country are flocking outside during this pandemic summer. And recent top stories from AdirondackExplorer.org and AdirondackAlmanack.com reflect the strangeness of recreating amid Covid-19, I as wrote about in my weekly “Adk News Briefing” e-mail newsletter. (Click here to subscribe to it.)
I’m curious to know what’s on your Adirondack summer “to do” list. Have you tried something new this summer? Have you joined the crowds or ventured into more remote territory? Feel free to leave a comment or share an email: [email protected]
For those interested in testing out a new outdoor rec activity, we’ve created a series of “How to” guides, with suggestions for outings around the region. Put together by summer intern Sierra McGivney, who is double majoring in journalism and expeditionary studies at Plattsburgh State University. We’ve posted them on the Adirondack Explorer website and linked to some of the many stories archived in the site’s “Adventure Planner.”
So far in the series, we’ve posted:
HIKING: For those looking for something new to do on two legs, here’s a “bucket list” of hiking challenges for all ages/abilities, pulled from the Almanack archive: www.adirondackalmanack.com/2017/07/a-hikers-bucket-list.html.
Above photo: Multimedia reporter Mike Lynch hiked Marcy recently for a story for the Explorer about the High Peaks. Here’s a photo gallery of images from that day.