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The Changing Nature of Backcountry Users

The wild lands of the Adirondack Park are much hea READ MORE

Teen Aquatic Stewardship Program: Photo Gallery

Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) partnered with the READ MORE

Have you been to JBL?

Surely anyone working on climbing all the High Pea READ MORE

2016 Trail Work Preview

Adirondack Mountain Club's (ADK) Professional Trai READ MORE

Membership Month Interview Series: Josh

For May is Membership Month, I asked some of ADK’s READ MORE

Membership Month Interview Series: Felicia

For May is Membership Month, I asked some of ADK’s READ MORE

Membership Month Interview Series: Katie

For May is Membership Month, I asked some of ADK’s READ MORE

Adirondack Archangels: Adirondack High Peaks Essay Collection Released

After more than a quarter-century of protecting Ne READ MORE

Why Should You Care About the Environmental Protection Fund?

As you may have heard by now, the New York Governor’s budget is going to include $300 million for the Environmental Protection Fund (EPF). This is the largest the EPF has ever been and it’s over $100 million more than it was in 2015. This is great news for those who would label themselves “enviros” in New York. But why? What can we accomplish with $300 million dollars and how does it affect Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) members directly? Well listen in, because this new line of funding has some significant impacts. Generically speaking this program protects open space, revitalizes waterfronts, supports recycling, preserves farmland, enhances water quality, and helps connect New Yorkers with the outdoors. It will enable the state to buy more Forest Preserve in the Adirondacks and Catskills. READ MORE

The Turnaround Time

My day off finally comes, the weather is ideal and READ MORE