Photo highlights from the month of the September include images from a hiking trip into the Five Ponds Wilderness and a paddling trip on Long Pond.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is investigating a series of orange spray paint marks that recently appeared on the Cascade Mountain trail.
Photos by Mike Lynch of North Country Community College students in the midst of a monthlong backcountry trip through the Adirondacks.
Hundreds of people attended the climate strike rally in Saranac Lake Friday at Riverside Park.
This photo gallery includes images of cyclists going through farmlands in the Champlain Valley, European adventurers paddling through the northern Adirondacks, and nighttime views from the summit of Hurricane Mountain.
About 20 people gathered atop Hurricane Mountain for the annual fire tower lighting Saturday night.
Above is a photo gallery with images of Bill McKibben’s talk about climate change that took place at The Wild Center Wednesday night. The event was organized by the Explorer.
A photo gallery of the Adirondack Mountain Club’s professional trail crew while they worked on Mount Colden.
In the September issue of the Explorer, Tim Rowland writes about the Saranac Lake Marina proposal on Lower Saranac Lake. Above is a photo gallery with images of Lower Saranac Lake to give readers a feel for the waterbody.
Cycle Adirondacks participants toured the High Peaks and the Champlain Valley in August. See images as riders travel from Wilmington to Westport.
Monarchs have been a common sight this summer in the Adirondacks as their numbers are apparently up this year compared to recent years.
This photo gallery contains images taken in the last 10 days for upcoming issues of the Adirondack Explorer.