In this Magazine
Tim Burke, who grew up in Paul Smiths, will try one last time to take home an Olympic medal in the biathlon.
State goes after railroad
Governor Andrew Cuomo starts legal action to remove empty tank cars stored on tracks in the central Adirondacks.
A healthy economy
Entrepreneurs say the Adirondack Park needs to do more to cash in on the wellness-tourism movement.
Voters approve a change to Article 14 to allow communities to infringe on the Forest Preserve for road projects.
A comprehensive list of Cross-country ski centers located in the Adirondack Park.
A shiver runs through it
Ice fisherman Mike Gormley rhapsodizes about the joys of sitting on a plastic bucket on a frozen lake.
Taking on the heat
Adirondack forest rangers were deployed in California this past fall to help put out raging wildfires.
Molpus Woodlands might not be a household name, but the company is the largest landowner in the Adirondacks.
A walk in the Parks
Volunteers give a trial run (actually, hike) of a route connecting the Adirondacks with Algonquin Park in Ontario.
Newbie on toll road
A recent transplant to the North Country partakes in an Adirondack tradition: skiing up the
Hamlets bank on huts
A non-profit organization has released its plan to establish a network of hiking trails connecting Adirondack communities.
The state plans to begin work this winter on a $13 million “Adirondack gateway” off the
Northway in North Hudson.
Historian Philip Terrie publishes a collection of essays that appeared in the Adirondack Explorer over the past two decades.
On the Wild Side
Views of the Park