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Thursday, October 4, 2018

A look at the trail to Algonquin Peak (photo gallery)

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Algonquin Peak trail

Scenes from a hike to Algonquin Peak from Adirondack Loj in late September. Photo by Mike Lynch

About 130 miles of trails in the High Peaks region need rerouting or maintenance, according to a preliminary assessment done by the Adirondack Council.

The Council based its assessment on interviews with guides, trail crews, and other people who use the trails regularly.

Above are photos from the trail to Algonquin Peak, which is highlighted in the assessment as one of the trails in need of attention.

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Assessment finds High Peaks trails are in poor shape

 

Mike Lynch

Mike Lynch is a staff writer and photographer for the nonprofit Adirondack Explorer. His favorite outdoor activities include paddling, hiking, fishing and backcountry skiing.

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