DEC closes a popular watering hole.
Floatplanes to continue landing on Lows Lake.
A sunny day in spring brings out the ATVs.
Members say state’s acquisition of hunting grounds would ruin a traditional way of life By George Earl Rifle in hand, clad in heavy wool plaid, and fueled by an early breakfast, I hoofed it up a steep ridge and came to an impressive vista of forested mountaintops and wild ponds. This was a rare glimpse of a piece of the Adirondacks that has been in private hands since the Civil War. Someday soon, though, it is expected to be added to the public Forest Preserve—that is, unless the Gooley Club has its way. The Adirondack Nature Conservancy acquired the tract >>More