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Diversity, the Adirondacks, and ADK


The following appeared in the 2020 Sep/Oct issue of Adirondac Magazine By Tim Rowland During the racial discord of the 1960s, hikers in the Adirondacks couldn’t help but notice that very few if any people of color were availing themselves of the trails. More than a half century later, some READ MORE

Adirondack Mountain Club hires new Outdoor Skills Coordinator


ADK (Adirondack Mountain Club) is excited to announce the hiring of our newest Education Department member, Mary Glynn, as Outdoor Skills Coordinator. Mary is a familiar face at ADK; she worked on our Loj Crew in 2014, and has volunteered as a trip leader for ADK's Northville-Placid Trail Chapter. Coming READ MORE

5 Ways Teens can get Involved with ADK in Summer 2021


We are offering programs this summer for youth ages 13 to 17 that give opportunities to learn trail building, backpacking, and other outdoor skills. Through the life lessons imparted by these programs, we hope to inspire a sense of stewardship in future environmental leaders. Check out the programs, listed below, READ MORE