View images of the Jackrabbit Trail, a popular ski route that runs from Paul Smiths to Keene.
Why I love the Adirondacks: The combination of deep wilderness, farms and inspiring, caring, community-dedicated people. The rural life here brings a connectivity between people and to nature that gives me hope for my children’s’ future in this world.
Here are some photos taken by photojournalist Mike Lynch during 2019.
Earlier this month, I visited the Hub on the Hill in Essex to get some photos for a story that appears in the January issue of the Explorer.
Photo highlights from the month of November include images from Reber Rock Farm, the Halloween storm, and a snowfall in Saranac Lake.
Images and a video from a visit to the 1999 Noonmark Fire site off the trail to Bear Den Mountain.
In late September, Explorer Publisher Tracy Ormsbee and I joined Sam Eddy for a bushwhack into the Five Ponds Wilderness. Eddy is the trail master for the Adirondack 46ers and was featured in the Trailblazer column in the November/December issue of the Explorer. The purpose of our trip was to visit the Sand Lake lean-to, which Eddy maintains as a volunteer.
Snow starting falling Monday in the Adirondacks, leaving about 6 to 8 inches by late morning Tuesday.
A photo gallery with some photo highlights from the month of October in the Adirondack Park.
View this photo gallery to see the impacts of the Halloween storm that rocked the Adirondacks.
Every fall snow geese from the Arctic pass through the Lake Champlain region during their fall migration to warmer places in the southern U.S.
Fall foliage photos from the northern and eastern Adirondacks, including some from Anthony’s Nose on the eastern side of Lake George.