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Winter Mountaineering: Mt. Colden’s Wine Bottle Slide

It’s springtime! Well, according to the calendar. The snow may be slowly disappearing from the lower elevations, but there were… >>More

Natural History

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Where is the Source of the Hudson?

Last week I was doing a little research for a book project when a web search returned an interesting line… >>More

Environment

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Fund: Lake George Salt Levels Can Be Cut 40%

The salt in Lake George would decrease by 40% over a ten-year period if highway departments reduce its use now,… >>More

History & Culture

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‘Peoples Pixel Project’ Short Videos Screening Sunday

For the 6th year, organizers of short video festival Peoples Pixel Project (P3), have provided an local competition for professional… >>More

The Video Room

Early-Season Ice Climbing With MudRat

  Kevin “MudRat” MacKenzie posted this video on YouTube after climbing the Skinny Slide on Upper Wolfjaw Mountain in search… >>More

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