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...
Big Views and Tricky Maneuvers on Pitchoff Mountain
Pitchoff Mountain, nine miles east of Lake Placid, has two distinct personalities.
One Man’s Quest to Paddle the Routes of His Ancestors
Last spring, six paddlers representing three Haudenosaunee nations—two Mohawks from Akwesasne, tw...
What I Didn’t See on the Way to Pine Lake
When I told my 16-year-old daughter I was going on a seven-or-so-mile round-trip hike alone last ...
Living the Good Life on a Lake George Island
I learned about the state-run campsites on the islands peppering Lake George, which—for $28 a nig...
The Over Easy Is the High Peaks’ Toughest Mountain Bike Route. No Yolk.
By the time I reached the first climb of the Over Easy Mountain Bike Route, the whole canopy bowe...