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Fun facts, jaw-dropping photos, and all of the Adirondack stories you love, all in one place.

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Lake Placid nightlife

I love the night life, and for a small town Lake Placid delivers in a big way.

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3 short hikes

Contrary to what your super-fit friends tell you, one doesn’t have to hike all day long in order to attain spectacular Adirondack scenic vista photo opportunities! 

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Catch the kickoff

It's happened to all of us. You're out of town, visiting a new area, but your team plays on Sunday so you frantically Google "restaurants with televisions" or "places to watch the game near me." This Sunday, look no further. 

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Birding Lake Colby

Fall migration in the Adirondacks has been underway for a while, and it has been a lot of fun as of late. Our drippy weather the past few weeks has helped — the birds often actively feed down low on such days and are not being flushed south by strong north winds.

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Find romance in Schroon Lake

A couple's getaway in the Schroon Lake region offers a wonderful world for two, whether it's a quiet hike in glorious nature or a bounteous harvest festival.
Fall in love, or fall further in love. Make some heartwarming memories, or even some wonderful decisions.

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Titus Mountain Oktoberfest

For 36 years, Titus Mountain Family Ski Center has brought the German event, Oktoberfest, home to Malone. The event happens annually at the Lower Mountain. And while some parts of Oktoberfest have come and gone (such as The Wife Carry and Hay Bale Throw), most of the fun has endured through the ages; people came to the Titus Mountain Oktoberfest with big hair and neon back in the '80s, and with acid washed jeans and a grunge attitude in the '90s, all to have a little fun on the mountain.

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Fall views of the week

Take these seven easy hikes to some of the prettiest waterside views in the Adirondacks!

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Did you know?

Lake Stevens Park, at the base of Whiteface Mountain, is home to every native tree species in the Adirondacks.