Category: General

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Why the Adirondacks are Tiny House Friendly

You have done your research and come to the conclusion that living in a tiny house is the perfect choice for you. But where will you actually put it? With an affordable piece of land for sale in the Adirondacks you can make your dream of owning a tiny house, a reality. While building a […]

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The Beauty of Owning Adirondack Property in the Spring

Spring sometimes gets a muddy reputation in the mountains, but spring is actually an awesome time to own Adirondack properties. From the end of March through the end of June, the Adirondacks truly come alive. Flowering trees and greening meadows slowly take over the snowy slopes and wildlife comes out of hibernation. Truly, there’s nothing […]

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FAQs About Twin Ponds Preserve & Adirondack Waterfront Property

Twin Ponds Preserve offers Adirondacks lakefront property in a secluded 4,300-acre area. Located in the northern reaches of the Adirondack Wilderness area, Twin Ponds is a hidden gem that includes a pristine 500-acre lake with nearly 7 miles of shoreline. Here are a few frequently asked questions we get about life in and around Twin […]

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Adirondack Winter Hike Up 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.  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 […]

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Enjoying the Adirondacks in the Winter

Visiting the Adirondacks in the winter can be a delightful experience regardless of the weather. Read on for tips to safely enjoy a beautiful, brisk adventure in this mountain wonderland. Winter in the Adirondacks offers adventures for the whole family. Whether you chose to ski, ice skate, snowmobile or snow hike, every day offers new […]

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The Art of Chopping Wood — Make Sure Your Woodpile Measures Up

In suburbia, your neighbors might say, “Wow, Mike’s lawn looks great this year!” In the Adirondacks, while we appreciate green grass, the neighbors here are more impressed by your woodpile. While chopping and stacking wood seems simple, there’s an art to making the job easier and safer. Here are some tips for building a wood […]

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It’s Mud Season! Pull on Your Boots and Stick to the Trail

Adirondackers are fond of saying they have five seasons in the mountains — spring, summer, fall, winter, and mud. For the locals, mud season is just another natural phenomenon they take in stride. What is Mud Season in the Adirondacks? Mud season typically lasts roughly from mid-March to Memorial Day and primarily impacts hiking trails. […]

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