The prospect of an Adirondacks winter weekend trip, packed with activities from skiing to ice fishing or chocolate festivals, will make anyone forget about the gray chill of New York and dispel thoughts of staying bundled up indoors. So, pack up your gear, put on a good playlist and take a scenic drive into the…

Whether you’re a hiking novice or a pro, we’ve listed the best fall hikes in New York state. If you didn’t get a chance to hike during the summer (we know, it flew by so fast!), then don’t miss the beautiful fall foliage that upstate NY hiking trails offer. Embrace the crisp morning breeze, hear…

This is an extract from “The Caveman of Pottersville – The story of one family’s mission to preserve an Adirondack treasure“. A brown, irregularly shaped hunk of fossilized dinosaur dung is circulating around the stone-floored rock shop.
The middle-school students, surrounded by shelves full of amethyst, pyrite, quartz crystals, and cracked open geodes, let their hands…

Apparently, there are many New Yorkers who are wistful about the pastoral wilds of upstate NY in summer; and they ask themselves the question, where’s the blueberry picking near me? Where do I find the farms? Is it July yet? What is it about blueberry picking that makes it a desirable experience? For one thing,…

Whiteface Mountain is the fifth-highest mountain in the U.S. state of New York, and one of the High Peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. During the winter, the snow capped mountains is all that surround you with a promising adventure in the far distance. In the Whiteface Mountain region, there are lots of activities that you…

If you visit the North Eastern Region of  Upstate New York, you will enjoy the great landscapes and the scenic views of the Adirondacks, its national parks, and you will not fail to notice one of the largest parks in the whole of NY with an acreage of about 6 million. There are lots of…