Guide to the Great Outdoors 2019 Articles in this Issue Little Peak Leath Tonino Colden is cliffy. Algonquin is steep. Marcy is the biggest of big girls. Gothics is the gnarliest of gnarly boys. And... Read More Light the Tower Carl Heilman II honor fire towers and observers by lighting the towers’ cabs at 9 p.m. on September 1. (St. Regis and Stillwater fire... Read More Mother of a Hike Lisa Ballard I’m the kind of hiker who needs a reward for my efforts, typically a bald mountaintop or a fire tower with a grand vi... Read More Turn, Turn, Turn Nicholas Spooner-Rodie I could feel the excitement grow as my dad and I stepped out of the car and we made our way down to the riverbank. Mu... Read More Tramping the East David Thomas-Train Here are four of the 140 destinations in Eastern Trails, the Adirondack Mountain Club guidebook I author. Over five e... Read More Peaks and Valleys Tony Goodwin "The burgeoning interest in backpacking, camping, and climbing has greatly increased pressure on mountain-tops, trail... Read More The 601er Annie Stoltie I n some circles the term “peak-bagger” is disparaged, the belief being that checking summits off a list in record ti... Read More On Newsstands Now December 2022 ’Tis the Season! Adirondack holiday traditions, plus wildlife photography, forest-inspired decor, late-season mountain biking trails, backwoods misadventures and more. Adirondack Life Magazine Subscribe Today! Latest Articles Photographer Pamela Underhill Karaz Captures the Wonders of Wildlife By Annie Stoltie Adirondack Made: Furniture Artisan Russ Gleaves By George Hanstein Wild Turkey: Dannemora’s Thanksgiving Tradition By Niki Kourofsky Butternut Squash and Leek Gratin By Adirondack Life Search Search for: Follow Us FollowFollowFollow Adirondack Life Store for calendars, apparel, maps and more!