Nature & Environment
From the Archives
Valentino and Me
Foxlair photograph courtesy of the Johnsburg Historical Society. Rambova and Valentino photograph...
Miniature Golf in the Kingdom
Miniature golf is a magical experience for a surprisingly large number of people. A lot of luck i...
A Passionate Nature
HAROLD WESTON was born on February 14, 1894, in Merion, Pennsylvania, but his real life began—ac...
In the not-so-distant past, every hiker who sought to climb all 46 Adirondack High Peaks had to c...
Always on the Lookout
You are a college student from Albany, or a doctor from Montreal, or the mother of an athlete pla...
The Story Behind a Memorial Carved into a Tree Along the Hudson
On a rainy night in May 1945, at age 48, Quintal died unexpectedly on the northern shore of the U...
It’s Peregrine Falcon Nesting Season. Here’s What’s Happening on Adirondack Cliffs
To be sure, there is perhaps no better place to see peregrines strut their stuff than in the Adir...
Short and Sweet
I have never been a long-distance hiker. Planning and commitment are needed to tackle the big pea...
The Adirondack Park is dotted with lakefront beaches that have it all: playgrounds, lifeguards an...
James Prosek on Representation in Art and Nature
I first fell in love with the Adirondacks through the watercolors of Winslow Homer.