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The glory of hiking in the Adirondacks is that in the course ...

Adirondack Great Walks & Day Hikes Changing the Focus of Hiking in the Adirondacks Contents Guide Map Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Descriptions & Maps . . . 6-19

ADIRONDACK YESTERYEARS

T he history of the Adirondacks is as diverse as its geography. A battleground through three wars, the turf of loggers and miners, the vacation destination of Gilded Age magnates and home to two Winter Olympic Games, the depth and breadth of the region's heritage is only matched by its glorious ...

TOUR OF THE GREAT CAMPS OF THE ADIRONDACKS

tour of the great camps of the adirondacks & tour of the great camps of the adirondacks

Wolf Reintroduction in the Adirondacks

Wolf Reintroduction in the Adirondacks Prepared for Sue Fisher Vaughn, Professor, WRT 333, Scientific and Technical Writing Prepared by Erin Cyr 10 December 2002

Final Report Outline

Tourism Business, Community and Environment in the Adirondacks Findings and Recommendations from a Mail Survey and Focus Group Meetings with Business Operators in the Central and Western Adirondack Park Research & Analysis by: Timothy Holmes, Holmes & Associates, Saranac Lake NY and Bryan ...

A New Ambrosia Beetle from the Adirondacks : Notes on the ...

A NEW AMBROSIA BEETLE FROM THE ADIRONDACKS; NOTES ON THE WORK OF XYLOTERINUS POLITUS SAY.* A New Ambrosia Beetle from the Adirondacks : Notes on the Work of Xyloterinus Politus Say

Adirondack Geology

Ancient Grenville Ancient Grenville Ancient Grenville Ancient Grenville Th Adidk d f kthtibt 13 d11billild! • The Adirondacks are made of rock that is between 1.3 and 1.1 billion years old!

Adirondacks Featured Hikes

Adirondacks Featured Hikes Easy Trails Trail Description Directions Distance (roundtrip) Point Au Roche State Park There is a network of easy trails leaving the nature center that has a map that includes the hiking trails of Point Au Roche State Park.

Climate Change and Future Land Use in the Adirondack Park

The temperature changes associated with climate change -- a more erratic but generally warmer climate year round in the Adirondack Park -- put at risk ecological processes, natural communities and native terrestrial and aquatic species in the Adirondacks.

Rutted and Ruined: ATV Damage on the Adirondack Forest Preserve

Rutted and Ruined: ATV Damage on the Adirondack Forest Preserve Written by Peter Bauer Photographs and Field Research by John Davis, Bill Kitchen, Peter Bauer, and Todd Thomas Published by the Residents' Committee to Protect the Adirondacks P.O. Box 27, 7 Ordway Lane, North Creek, New York 12853 ...