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ag2016_cycleadks_webCycle Adirondacks

A week-long bike tour showcases our region's back roads, breathtaking vistas and small-town hospitality

by Brandon del Pozo

My family has a house in Keene, along the Lake Placid Ironman bike course. On race day we watch thousands of riders fly by twice, hunched over aerobars, as they complete the two loops of the 56-mile bike course. I used to cycle the same course, a set route that took me along the same roads, past the same landmarks. I did it because it was what all the bikers I saw were doing. Then one day I was drawn into a turn where the course went straight. It was like discovering a different Adirondacks—quiet roads, bucolic valleys and farms, all far from the region’s tourist centers. read more  


 

ag2016_rattler_webRattled

Adirondack snake encounters

by Annie Stoltie

Photographer Johnathan Esper has traveled the world. In recent years he’s stayed months at a time in Iceland, where he teaches visitors how and where to shoot the stunning landscapes that have launched the island into a hot tourist destination. During his adventures, “I’ve nearly gotten myself killed three times,” he says. Those close calls involved an avalanche in Greenland, a sea cliff in the Dominican Republic and, last Christmas, glacial silt mud in an Iceland ice cave. read more

 

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2016 Annual Guide to the Great Outdoors   Rattled Adirondack snake encounters
2016 Annual Guide to the Great Outdoors   Cycle Adirondacks A week-long bike tour showcases our region's back roads, breathtaking vistas and small-town hospitality
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