Adirondacks with kids

Golden Arrow In Lake Placid; Green and Family-Friendly Too

by Sandra Foyt

If it were left up to Jenn Holderied, Golden Arrow Resort’s General Manager and second-generation proprietor, all of Lake Placid would be certified as a Green destination. As it is, the young mom and local Ice Meister has been instrumental in helping the hotel earn Audubon […]

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High Falls Gorge, Stunning Adirondacks Waterfall

by Sandra Foyt

Mud season comes late in the Adirondacks, and lingers past the advent of spring blossoms in New York’s milder zones. From April to about mid-June, hikers are warned to avoid the wet and muddy high elevation trails. But with the temporary loss of trail access comes […]

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Stuff You Never Knew About the Adirondacks: Part 3 – The First President Roosevelt Story

by Cie McCullough Buschle

Theodore Roosevelt loved the great outdoors. He explored it, hunted in it, wrote books about it. He was as well known for being a naturalist as for being a president. He so loved trees he only allowed a White House Christmas tree is it was […]

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