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APA hears about possible new ways to manage ski trails

October 22, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency was recently introduced to a proposed set of guidelines to regulate the planning and construction of backcountry ski trails. more »»

Time to shake the bumbling idiot persona

October 21, 2015 Big game hunting season kicks off this weekend in the North Countr. more »»

Collectors gather ash seeds for future restoration

October 21, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Ash trees are in the midst of a three-year mast cycle, and the Mid Atlantic Regional Seed Bank is hoping that can help protect the species from a devastating invasive insect. more »»

GIVING BACK: Hiking the Northville-Placid Trail for a cause

October 15, 2015 LAKE PLACID — A Saranac woman recently ran and hiked more than 100 miles on the Northville-Placid Trail, raising more than $2,000 to raise awareness about mental health. more »»

North Elba appeals DEC’s Old Mountain Road decision

October 15, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The North Elba town board took a stand Tuesday, Oct. 13 against a controversial ruling the Department of Environmental Conservation commissioner made on his way out the door this summer. more »»

Get around to Round Mountain

October 14, 2015 KEENE — Last weekend was one of resplendent beauty. My wife, Anna, and I headed into the High Peaks via state Route 73 Sunday morning. more »»

In a hunting camp state of mind

October 14, 2015 As I look forward to the beginning of the big game hunting season, which opens this weekend for muzzleloaders, my most recent brook trout outing provided a fitting end to a wonderful fishing season. more »»

EMBARK: The eastern coyote quandary

October 13, 2015 Stories of terrified people being chased from the moonlit forest by wolves and coy dogs are rampant in the Adirondacks. Those who’ve seen or heard these creatures swear they’re real. more »»

EMBARK: Beginner’s look at bow hunting tools

October 13, 2015 With bow hunting season in full swing, Embark took a beginner’s look at the sport with the guidance of Matthew Rothamel, who owns Blue Line Sport Shop in Saranac Lake with his wife, Cory. more »»

EMBARK: From boat to boot

October 7, 2015 A surf and turf adventure is simple: Paddle (surf) to a hiking destination, do your hike (turf) and then paddle back to your ca. more »»

Paul Smith’s students explore yurt life

October 7, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — It takes dedication to build a village of yurts. more »»

In the grips of Seasonal Sporting Syndrome

October 7, 2015 Seasonal Sporting Syndrome is a unique malady that is known to slowly overcome both sportsmen and women alike. more »»

EMBARK: ‘12 Short Hikes Near Keene Valley’

October 6, 2015 Hiking in the Adirondack High Peaks doesn’t necessarily mean hiking the High Peaks themselves. more »»

EMBARK: Instinctive urge to hunt

October 6, 2015 With New York’s annual big game hunting season already underway, there is still time to consider taking up an age-old sport that combines the skill sets found in hiking and orienteering, with... more »»

EMBARK: A bull’s-eye for archery

October 6, 2015 There’s a lot of arrow slinging going on in Tupper Lake. more »»

Cuomo picks advisor as new DEC commissioner (3rd update)

October 2, 2015 Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday announced a new commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation — Basil Seggos, the governor’s top environmental adviso. more »»

Slice of Heaven

October 1, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Dozens of people huddled under a tent Wednesday to see the opening of the new Heaven Hill Trails system on Bear Cub Lan. more »»

Other end of N-P Trail is now off road, in forest

October 1, 2015 NORTHVILLE — Several public officials were on hand under glistening sunshine Wednesday, Sept. 23 for a ceremony officially opening the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s final 7. more »»

Keeping an eye on backcountry water

September 30, 2015 LAKE PLACID — Connery Pond is a great place to spend the afternoon searching for aquatic invasive specie. more »»

Dam removal clears the way for migrating fish

September 30, 2015 Although restoration work continues on the site of the old Saw Mill Dam on the Boquet River in Willsboro, the major portion of the impoundment’s structure is no longer standing. more »»

 
 

 

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