Topics :: Adirondacks

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Adirondacks Rail Bikes: Popular, But Short-Lived?

By Mary Esch | Oct 9
Long-unused and deteriorating railroad tracks in the Adirondacks have been put to use by a new tourist attraction imported from South Korea - pedal-powered rail-riding vehicles called rail bikes.

New Year’s Winter Fun in the Adirondack Region

Dec 22
The Adirondacks are home to winter traditions that span centuries, generations and most importantly, enliven even the coldest winter days.

Autumn in the Adirondacks

Sep 6
This fall, discover New York’s military history, taste the delights of the harvest, and experience the colorful fall foliage of the Adirondacks.

Discover Seven Adirondack Hiking Experiences This Summer

Jun 24
The Adirondack Park in Northern New York is home to more than 2,000 miles of hiking trails - traversing the highest point in New York State, all the way to the southern edges of Lake Champlain. This summer, experience the thrill of discovery.

Fall Foliage Events in the Adirondacks

Sep 13
This fall, get away to the Adirondacks of New York, offering the longest foliage season in the Northeast, a full line-up of harvest festivals, heritage events and historical reenactments sure to thrill and entertain.

Top Seven Summer Places in the Six-Million Acre Adirondack Park

Jul 23
The Adirondack Region is a six-million-acre park offering limitless recreation amid 2,000 miles of hiking trails. Explore historic, scenic and quirky sites throughout the Adirondack Region and experience this six-million acre park from a new perspective.

In the Adirondacks, The Farmhouse Restaurant Does It All

By Richard Frisbie | Jun 9
A friend and I recently crisscrossed the North Woods to discover what locavores could expect. What we found was a revelation! There are plenty of eateries featuring creatively prepared, fresh local ingredients. Read more...

Eating the Adirondacks :: A Locavore’s Dilemma in the North Country

By Richard Frisbie | Sep 20
After realizing how hard locavores must have it in the colder climate of Northern New York, EDGE Correspondent Richard Frisbie and his partner decided to plan a week-long tour within the blue line, a common reference to the borders of the Adirondack Park, eating and drinking as local as possible.

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