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Adirondack Explorer

October, 2019

Fall foliage and first tracks


Fall foliage photos from the northern and eastern Adirondacks, including some from Anthony’s Nose on the eastern side of Lake George.


September, 2019

Photos of NCCC students on their monthlong wilderness trip


Photos by Mike Lynch of North Country Community College students in the midst of a monthlong backcountry trip through the Adirondacks.


September, 2019

Tower lighting pays homage to fire observers


About 20 people gathered atop Hurricane Mountain for the annual fire tower lighting Saturday night.


August, 2019

Cycle Adirondacks images from the Champlain Valley


Cycle Adirondacks participants toured the High Peaks and the Champlain Valley in August. See images as riders travel from Wilmington to Westport.


July, 2019

Scenes from a trip to Mount Marcy


Publisher Tracy Ormsbee and I hiked Mount Marcy to meet up with volunteer summit steward Mary Lamb, who will be featured in the Trailblazer column of September issue of the Explorer. Above are some photos from that trip.


June, 2019

Mountain Biking at McCauley Mountain in Old Forge


The July issue of the Explorer features a story by Tim Rowland about mountain biking at McCauley Mountain in Old Forge. The two of us visited the mountain in May to get a feel for the scene there. Above is a video I shot that day and some photos of bikers on the trail. 


April, 2019

Opening day of trout fishing season


Trout fishing season opened on Monday. As is often the norm in the northern Adirondacks, wintery conducts persisted so there was very little open water for anglers.


February, 2019

Photos of snowmobiles in action


Editor Brandon Loomis wrote a story, Snowmobile power struggle revs up, for the March-April issue of the Explorer. This gallery contains images of snowmobiles that were photographed for that story. 


February, 2019

Photos from the Paul Smith’s College VIC


Paul Smith's College

The Paul Smith’s College VIC has a reputation among skiers for having good snow. This winter has been no different.


February, 2019

Identifying Animal Tracks


Reader-submitted photos of animal tracks.




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