It’s been a while since I drove through the Adirondacks in New York. In fact, I decided it had been too long, and asked my friend if I could crash on her couch in Lake Placid for a weekend.
We decided to conquer Cascade Mountain early Saturday morning. Join me on this journey, won’t you?
Continue reading “Conquering Cascade and Porter: Two Adirondack High Peaks in one day”
Yes, from the same blogger who brought you “5 things you need for an Adirondack Fire Tower hike” we’re shifting to winter hikes.
I might complain about brushing snow off my car, but I don’t mind a snowy trail. Here are a few things you should keep in mind before taking on your own snowy hike.
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I am very excited to report I’ve completed two of the Adirondack Fire Tower hikes.
This time – as you may have notice in the title – I did it by myself.
Continue reading “Happy to hike on my own”
I set a goal for myself this year. In 2021, I will complete the Adirondack Fire Tower Challenge.
It’s a lofty goal, involving investing in some gear, putting some time aside, and making the journey out to the Adirondack region every so often.
Last week, I decided to go and get started. First stop: Bald Mountain.
Continue reading “Hiking my first Adirondack Fire Tower trail”
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been scrolling endlessly for the last 24 hours. Flipping back and forth between news channels. I’m getting constant alerts and notifications about projected winners and demands for recounts.
If you’re looking for a quick distraction, or just want a little break, take a look at my trip to Letchworth State Park.
Continue reading “Taking a break at Letchworth State Park”