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The Lost Pond Nature Trail: From Dream to Reality


June 12, 2019 By Jamie Savage Transcribed from his ribbon cutting ceremony speech on May 31st, 2019 In conjunction with National Trails Day and the 10th Anniversary of the opening of the Cranberry Lake 50, we are here to celebrate the opening of another new trail in the Cranberry Lake READ MORE

ADK’s Volunteer Trail Work 2014 Accomplishments


Over 240 volunteers participated in various ADK Supervised Volunteer trail projects & workshops in 2014. First year crew leaders Jacob Faber and Jacob Veilleux did an excellent job and each brought a unique skill set to the program. Along with the training sessions with the Professional Trails Program, both volunteer READ MORE

90 Years on Northville-Placid Trail


The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is celebrating the 90th anniversary of the completion of the Northville-Placid Trail (N-P Trail) this year.  The N-P Trail, originally called The Long Trail is a north-south foot path that traverses through the heart of the Adirondacks from Northville to Lake Placid, NY.  This 135 READ MORE

2014 Adirondack Trails Part I


The 2013 field season was one to remember. Not for the 2-3 feet of snow that blanketed the High Peaks region on Memorial Day Weekend or the seemingly endless rainfall in June or the incredibly wet trail conditions that were a result from said snow and rain, but for the READ MORE