The brook trout, or Salvelinus fontinalis, is the state fish of New York – and is one of the most sought-after fish in the region. Brook trout, or brookies, are colorful fish that populate streams and ponds throughout the northeastern U.S. They’re fans of cold, clean water (not over 68 degrees, please) and tend to […]Continue Reading »
Explore the Adirondack Mountains
We love spending time exploring and adventuring in the outdoors and we want to share that love with you! Read our blog to learn about popular locations, get some great ideas for creating your own adventures, and experience some of the most beautiful views and natural beauty the Adirondack park has to offer.
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Adirondack Waterfalls to Explore This Spring
There’s definitely something awe-inspiring about a waterfall. The rush of the water. The power. The natural beauty. With its many streams and rivers winding through the region, the Adirondacks are blessed with waterfalls. And springtime in the Adirondacks is the season to enjoy them when water flows are high with seasonal run-off. Spring is the […]Continue Reading »
Winter Hiking in the Adirondacks: Blue Mountain
Blue Mountain, located in the center of the Adirondack Wilderness, towers like a giant over its namesake lake, a beautiful body of water speckled with wooded islands. Only a couple of hundred feet shy of a High Peak, the mountain stands at 3750′ in elevation. The trail to the summit is 2 miles long and […]Continue Reading »
Discover the Best Ski Resorts in the Adirondacks
Do you enjoy skiing and want to get away in the winter? Visit the Adirondacks Mountains in upper New York State and stay at one of the many ski resorts in the area. Not sure which ski resort to choose? No problem. We’ve put together a list of five amazing and popular ski resorts in […]Continue Reading »
Winter Birding in the Adirondacks
With more than 300 avian species, the Adirondack Park is a favorite among bird enthusiasts all year long, but winter offers birders a rare opportunity. After spending much of the year breeding and raising young in the Canadian tundra, several raptors and other birds of prey migrate south to the Adirondacks in the winter to […]Continue Reading »
Safely Enjoying Winter in the Adirondacks
Wintertime in the Adirondacks offers adventures for the whole family. So, whether you choose to ski, ice skate, snowmobile, or snow hike, every day offers new options for soaking up the cold season. But as you vacation, or look for a piece of Adirondack land for sale to make a permanent home, how can you […]Continue Reading »
Quick Start Adirondack Ice Fishing Guide
As winter descends on the Adirondacks and the lakes, ponds, and streams freeze over, they’ll be dotted with ice fishermen. If you’re thinking of joining them here are some basic tips that will keep you warm, properly geared up, and out of trouble with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Be Ready for […]Continue Reading »
5 Winter Activities Best Done From Secluded Adirondack Property
If you love the outdoors, a second home in the Adirondack Mountains can provide you with the getaway that you have always dreamed of having. While there are plenty of year-round activities to enjoy on your Adirondack land, these are the best ways to use your Adirondack property in winter. Sledding A family-friendly activity, sledding […]Continue Reading »
What Makes An Adirondack Property Ideal for Hunting?
Ready to purchase hunting land in the Adirondacks where you can cultivate a herd and provide an ideal habitat for deer, bears, pheasants, or small game? There are a lot of factors that go into finding the perfect parcel of Adirondack hunting land for sale, but for those looking for multi-purpose hunting property, there is […]Continue Reading »
Owls Head-Duane Region of the Northern Adirondacks
Located in the north of the Frontier Region of the Adirondacks, the Owls Head – Duane region is a hidden gem. Characterized by picturesque lakes and ponds, wilderness rivers, and mountain peaks, this area is little visited and known compared to the more popular areas of the Adirondack Park to the south. The additional hour […]Continue Reading »