Tony Goodwin on changes to new edition of classic guide By Annalise Panici Tony Goodwin, an Adirondack skier and former executive director of the Adirondack Trail Improvement Society, recently published a new edition of his guidebook, “Ski and … [Read more...] about Winter trails guidebook gets update
A beginner's guide for picking skis for the woods By Mike Lynch Picking the right skis for a backcountry outing is essential before heading out into the woods. There are numerous factors that must be considered, including terrain, weather and … [Read more...] about Backcountry ski options: Where to start?
Using the Tetons as a way to explore the idea of backpacking permits in the Adirondacks By Brandon Loomis The Browns faced a conundrum. They had tried and failed to secure a permit to camp at the picturesque alpine bowl around Marion … [Read more...] about No vacancy for backcountry campers?
By Phil Brown Alex Goff and I have some things in common. We both like backcountry skiing. We share the same birthday (March 30). And on Monday we both showed up at Mount Pisgah in Saranac Lake for some late-season skiing. But we have our … [Read more...] about ‘Everesting’ in the Adirondacks: Ski up, ski down, repeat 92 times