Posts Tagged ‘history tours’

Thursday, May 20, 2021

Ausable River Association Announces Free Guided River Tours

canoes on the ausable river

The Ausable River Association (AsRA) is offering free guided paddling, hiking, and interpretive programs in the Ausable and Boquet watersheds this spring and summer. “We are excited to offer these free programs for the third year in a row,” said Kelley Tucker, AsRA’s Executive Director. “It’s a great opportunity to experience the beauty of our region and learn about its flora and fauna.”

This year’s programs include 10 trips to lesser-known corners of the Ausable and Boquet watersheds. New for 2021 are an art and ecology workshop, waterfall hike, underwater mussel exploration, interpretive history tour, and women’s fly-fishing clinic. “We had so much success with last year’s tours, and the demand was so high, we decided to add additional offerings this year,” said Tyler Merriam, Donor Outreach Manager.

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Saturday, June 8, 2019

Adirondack Architectural Heritage Tours

This summer Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) is offering more ways to introduce people to the various historic and notable Adirondack architectural styles that extend beyond the Great Camp.

Guided by field experts, AARCH tours offer a diverse selection from bridges to green design. » Continue Reading.


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