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January/February 2018

Features

Glide-By Eating
From a waffle window to flapjacks on the fly, Adirondack ski centers have upped their food game
text and photographs by Nancie Battaglia

The Tree Army
How the Civilian Conservation Corps changed landscapes and lives
by Niki Kourofsky

Adirondacks, A to Z
The joys of winter, from après-ski to zillions of stars

Ursa Minor
While their mothers doze, black bear cubs are born—most of them around the same time in January
by Mary Thill
photograph by Larry Master

Days and Nights at Dewey
Saranac Lake’s neighborhood cross-country-ski hill unites the community, nurtures future Olympians and offers good, old-fashioned fun
by Ned P. Rauch
photographs by Jamie West McGiver

 

Departments

Short Carries
The Quiet Collective
by Annie Stoltie

Outings
Battle on Skis
by David Thomas-Train

Profile
Bunny Austin
by Pat Garber

North Country
Camp Abilities
by Elizabeth Folwell

Barkeater
Skinning Up
by Kate McCahill

Back Page
Cold Crush
photographs by Jessica Olm

Cover: The Path Worth Taking on Cascade Mountain. Zone 3 Photography by Manuel Palacios