September/October 2017


From Jamaica to Peru
The inextricable fortunes of a northern Adirondack orchard and the generations of men who travel thousands of miles to work there
text and photographs by Ben Stechschulte

Two Sides of Mount Marcy
Hiking in the shadow of a disastrous family trip up New York’s highest peak
by Paul Greenberg

In Living Color
Autumn in the park

Solace Cycles
A bike made in the Adirondacks for the Adirondacks
by Caitlin Kelly

Last Monday in July
A boater who had been partying all day collided with a family taking an evening cruise on Lake George. The family—and Lake George—will never be the same
by Lisa Bramen

Paddling Santanoni Preserve
Though the historic Great Camp is a major draw, Newcomb Lake offers a unique wilderness adventure
by Elizabeth Folwell
photographs by Nancie Battaglia



Short Carries
Books and Beyond
by Annie Stoltie

For the Record
Wired in the Wild
by Jeanna Matthews

Call of the Wild
by Claire Durham

North Country
Great Expectations
by Will Doolittle

Remains of the Days
by Niki Kourofsky

Historic Preservation
Lady Tree Lodge
by Christopher Cohan

Back Page
Highway through Heaven

Cover: Coon Mountain looking toward Lake Champlain. Photograph by Johnathan Esper