Although Hurricane Irene has wrought considerable destruction on the Eastern High Peaks area of the Adirondacks, aside from a few unfortunate communities, trails and campgrounds, the vast majority of the Adirondack Park was left unscathed and open for business. This Labor Day weekend and the coming months offer a great opportunity to explore the rest of the Adirondack Park’s 6.1 million acres.
The Adirondack Park has a land area larger than than Vermont. At 9,400 square miles, the Park is bigger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier, and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks combined. Yet, many visitors rarely get out of » Continue Reading.
Summer is a great time to check out the Adirondack Museum – here are a few events you won’t want to miss. You can see all the events we write about here at Adirondack Almanack by clicking the events link at right.Paddle Making Classes with Caleb DavisFriday, July 10 or Friday, August 7Make your own traditional cherry or white ash paddle in a one-day class.9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day, including a 2-hour break for lunch on your own, and the chance to explore the museum. Limited space, pre-registration is required. $100 non-refundable fee due at registration. 518-352-7311 ext. » Continue Reading.
Summer in the Adirondacks can be magic, and it can also be manic. It is always fleeting.
During the calm of the other seasons our neighbors plan events for almost every day of the calendar between Memorial Day and Labor Day. It’s impossible to list every single happening, but all day today Almanack staff will be sharing a few things we’ll be sure NOT to miss this summer.
You can see our picks and also all the Adirondack events we announce here at the Almanack by clicking our event listing at the right – you may want to bookmark the » Continue Reading.
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