This summer has been almost a complete washout. So many cities and towns have been dealing with flooding and raging waters. Because of all of these rains, the Department of Environmental Conservation wants those enjoying hiking trails and lakes to be very cautious.
If you are planning a hike in the Adirondacks, some of your favorite trails may be closed due to dangerous conditions. Because of melting snow, rain runoff, and ice on higher elevation hikes, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is warning hikers to be cautious and avoid trails above t…
Even though we have turned the page into a new year, we are still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. We are still being asked to follow social distancing guidelines and now there is a state-wide trail that has been completed to help us still get outside and enjoy nature.
One of the things we are allowed to do during the coronavirus pandemic is to enjoy the beautiful nature around us. We are lucky because we are surrounded by the Adirondacks and near the Catskills but the state wants you to clean up after yourself.