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Man drowns after falling into Schroon Lake on snowshoes

January 29, 2016 SCHROON LAKE — A 66-year-old man was found dead after he snowshoed out onto Schroon Lake and fell into water that wasn’t frozen, according to the New York State Police. more »»

DEC: Ice climber survives 100-foot fall

January 26, 2016 KEENE — An ice climber was seriously injured but survived a 100-foot fall off an Adirondack mountain, one of two climbers rescued by state Department of Environmental Conservation personnel in... more »»

Late-leaving loons rescued

January 26, 2016 Local loon rescuers have been busy this winter, despite the fact that most of the waterfowl are typically gone from the area by the beginning of January. more »»

Car sharing provides cheap trips for skiers, snowboarders

January 25, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Thanks to a new online car-sharing service dubbed Shredshare, Kim Dumo and a group of avid New York City area snowboarders escaped the blizzard and found their way to Whiteface Mountai... more »»

Late-leaving loons rescued from encroaching ice

January 25, 2016 RAY BROOK — Local loon rescuers have been kept busy this winter, despite the fact that most loons are typically gone from the area by the beginning of January. more »»

Peak of winter

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Stefanik on the slopes

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Mountain climber works to cure blind

January 23, 2016 KEENE VALLEY — Geoff Tabin is the kind of guy that most people wouldn’t give a second thought to if they saw him on the street or in the airport. more »»

Flurry of activity on Mirror Lake

January 23, 2016 LAKE PLACID — A couple dozen people gathered atop 8 inches of Mirror Lake ice Friday afternoon outside the Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort, skating for the first time this season. more »»

Like father, like son: An outdoor life on the ice

January 23, 2016 A passing cold front finally produced a taste of the winter season all across the region, and there is now skiable snow cover in the woods and on the safe ice covering the lakes and ponds. more »»

Going to bat for bats

January 23, 2016 The northern long-eared bat was once a common sight in Adirondack evening skies, but it has become far less so in the last several years. more »»

Moose tracks — Not just a type of ice cream

January 21, 2016 RAY BROOK — Ed Reed doesn’t want to say how many moose there are in the Adirondacks — not because he’s trying to keep it a secret, but the state Department of Environmental Conservation doesn’t know... more »»

Safety in the snow

January 20, 2016 KEENE — Chuck Boyd at first seemed a little uncomfortable in front of a group of strangers, but as he got talking about skiing and snow and mountains and backcountry travel, he warmed up and soon... more »»

Ice a no-show so far for Lake George’s winter festival

January 20, 2016 LAKE GEORGE (AP) — A lack of ice is threatening to put a damper on some of the popular outdoor events held on an Adirondack lake during February weekend. more »»

East Coast, Ohio Valley brace for possible big snowstorm

January 20, 2016 WASHINGTON — Tens of millions of Americans from Washington to Boston and the Ohio Valley could be walloped by an end-of-the-week snowstorm, meteorologists say. more »»

Loon center moves forward downtown

January 19, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The proposed Adirondack Loon Center has found a home downtown. more »»

Emergency responders train on the ice, provide safety tips

January 19, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — When a dog or a person falls through the ice, emergency responders say not to go out on the ice to rescue them, but to call the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Hannaford Helps reusable bags benefit humane society

January 19, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Tri-Lakes Humane Society hopes to raise donations through sales of the blue Hannaford Helps reusable bags. more »»

DEC has new fisher management plan

January 16, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation released its new plan to manage one of New York’s most famous predators, and the plan sets out some major changes in the way DEC will manage the... more »»

Outdoorswomen have come a long way in a short time

January 16, 2016 After leafing through a pile of old Forest and Stream magazines from the 1890s, I stumbled upon a commentary titled “Woman Out of Doors. more »»

 
 

 

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