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Adirondack Explorer

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Pollution patrol  

Lakeside residents help monitor sewage leaks and water contamination in the Adirondacks.

Wired for work  

Adirondack internet and phone connectivity
is becoming less of a drag on remote workers.

Tip-top Tupper 

A winter peak-bagging phenomenon takes hold on three Tupper Lake mountains, sometimes in a day.

Motor mountain  

ATV rides on Whiteface could preview a call for
a new resort amendment for summer use.

Paddling in style  

Trekkers test a trip through lodges and great camps. Can these routes build rural economies?

Trail fatigue  

Up to 130 miles of High Peaks trails suffer the
consequences of overuse, council finds.

To kill a fishing bird  

The cormorant’s rebound revives questions
of lethal control and ripple effects.

Ski farming 

In place of crop failures and farm bankruptcies, friends pitched in to build a ski center.

A forest rekindled  

Fire restores jack pines on the Park’s edge,
leaving a lesson plan for other aging woodlands.

Quick work  

Pilot Knob near Lake George makes for a nice, short outing for the family on the go.

Empty nest, full bookshelf  

Couple refreshes kid hiking guides for a new
generation, and adds a sequel.

Healing waters  

Women find peace and community with a
purpose on the banks of Lake George.