News Blog Category: hiking
While NY was on pause, nature never skipped a beat. As we are in Phase One of the NY Forward plan, some outdoor activities deemed low risk are authorized such as kayak and boat rentals (both motorized and non-motorized). Though museums aren't open, it's also a great time to have...
The following is a guest blog by our Chamber member Jackson Donnelly. Through his business "Hike with Jackson," Donnelly offers guided hikes in and around the Adirondack Park. He offers a variety of experiences for different skill levels. You can opt for a 1-to-1.5-hour hike, half-day hike or full-day hike. Customize your...
By Eric Minghella When you head outdoors on a hiking adventure, you are having the opportunity to see nature up close. While you are out there enjoying what nature has to offer, you will want to stand kind to the animals that make their home there and do what you can...
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