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 »
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The team at Adirondack Mt Land has been exploring the Adirondacks for years, and we’ve learned a thing or two about what makes this area so special. We want to share some of our favorite spots, parcels of ADK land for sale, and insights about the region so that if you’re ever in the area, you can check them out yourself!
The Adirondack Mountains are home to a vast array of wildlife, from tiny chipmunks and moles to massive moose, cougars, and black bears. Birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and insects abound in the Adirondacks, making the region an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts of all passions and pursuits. The Adirondack Park’s 6.1 million protected acres […]Continue Reading »
If you have spent any amount of time in the Adirondacks or the backcountry, it is likely you have heard the term “LNT” in passing. But what is LNT? Why is it so important? The 7 Principles of Leave No Trace serve as an indispensable set of tools that guide and teach us how to […]Continue Reading »
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. The mountain stands at 3750′ in elevation, only a couple of hundred feet shy of a High Peak. The trail to the summit is 2 miles long and […]Continue Reading »
Nothing compares to the colorful foliage that the trees in the Adirondacks show off every fall. A big part of this beautiful natural landscape is the fact there are about 100 native species of trees in the region. But the trees you’ll see surrounding your home here in the mountains depend primarily on elevation. Keep […]Continue Reading »
Whiteface Mountain at 4,867’ in elevation is New York’s fifth-highest peak, and bigger sister peak to adjacent Esther Mountain. Named for it’s signature snowy peaks ten months out of the year, Whiteface is perhaps most famous for hosting the alpine skiing competitions of the 1980 Winter Olympics. Whiteface’s east slope is home to the Whiteface […]Continue Reading »
Baldface Mt at 2,867′ in elevation is the kid brother to Debar Mt (3,305′), the dominant peak in the northern Adirondacks. Baldface and Debar stand shoulder to shoulder with Debar Pond nestled in a steep valley between the two peaks. Baldface has a lot of character; rising very steeply on every side, it just seems […]Continue Reading »
It’s early spring at Everton Falls. Well, maybe. Winter, in it’s final death gasp, has painted the landscape white with snow overnight. The temperature hangs at 19 degrees on this April morning. The East Branch of the St. Regis River tells the truth; it’s spring alright. Recent rains and melting snow have swollen the river […]Continue Reading »