Motorcycling to the top of the Whiteface Region
Motorcycling to the top of the Whiteface Region
If country roads that meander alongside flowing rivers with a backdrop of majestic mountains sounds like a good place to ride a motorcycle, you’re in luck. We’ll even throw in a side trip to the top of an Adirondack peak. Yup, you’re in for a first rate tour of the Whiteface Region. Begin in Keeseville, and take Route 9N toward Jay, about 17 miles total that takes you through the hamlet … [Read More]
Bike here. Now!
Bike here. Now!
  Plan to Cycle this season in the Adirondacks!We think cycling in the Whiteface Region is awesome, but you don't have to take our word for it - let our cycling fans speak for us.Have we convinced you yet? Good. Now, check out our homey lodging and fabulous food choices, and plan your next mountain or road biking trip today!  … [Read More]
Hooked Before The First Cast
Hooked Before The First Cast
Hooked Even Before Casting OutIf the general feeling you have when you hear your alarm go off in the early morning hours is, ughhh, where is the snooze button, I need ten more minutes! Then we sympathize. But if the reason your alarm is going off early is because you’re headed out to do some fishing on the West Branch of the Ausable River in Wilmington – well then it’s a whole different kind of … [Read More]
2016 Most Popular Blogs
2016 Most Popular Blogs
2016 Top 3 Blogs In ReviewWe scoured our blogs for the most popular, most informative, and just downright funniest pieces from the past year. In case you missed them when they were originally published, here are our top three picks from the Whiteface Region. Enjoy!3) Adult Hide & SeekOur blogger tries her hand at geocaching on a warm spring day and soon finds herself exploring new places and … [Read More]
Tap your inner Pourman
Tap your inner Pourman
Known for its seemingly endless natural beauty and outdoorsy pursuits such as skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and fishing, the village of Wilmington may not immediately come to mind when planning a holiday outing, but let’s not be too hasty. As the craziness of the season hits a crescendo, how about taking a day to unwind with some fresh air with dear friends or loved ones, followed by great new … [Read More]
Sweet smell of... chocolate!
Sweet smell of... chocolate!
Ah, chocolate. It's a mood elevator, an expression of love, and a treat of infinite variety. If we love chocolate, we will want to visit a source of great chocolate since 1977. Originally Candyman, now Adirondack Chocolates, it is just as sweet by any name.The tradition continues with the original recipes and hand-crafted quality from the local chocolate chef, Herman. He began by selling his … [Read More]
Leaves and Cheese: delightful combination!
Leaves and Cheese: delightful combination!
The epic Essex County Cheese Tour is an irresistible combination of many delightful things: the beauty of fall color, the gourmet experience of artisan cheeses, and the cheerful influence of goats.It can be a surprise that the Adirondacks, known for its mountains and lakes and forests, is also the home of many farms dedicated to organic and sustainable agriculture. The tours are held on select … [Read More]
Fireflies in the night on some bikes!
Fireflies in the night on some bikes!
It’s the season to spice up your ride with a bunch of fall color and some crisp fall air. Thursday evening I usually join the Adirondack Women’s Mountain Bike Ride for a cruise around the woods. If you’re a woman and love to ride your bike, come out and join us! Each week is a different location and this week's ride took place on the Hardy Road Trails here in Wilmington.There’s something about … [Read More]
All paths lead to Whiteface
All paths lead to Whiteface
The 4,865-foot Whiteface Mountain, New York state's fifth highest peak, is an Adirondack landmark that's difficult to miss. The enormous landmass rises some 10 miles north of most of the other High Peaks — Adirondack mountains higher than 4,000 feet — so its distinctly sharp profile is uncluttered by neighboring peaks. That means the 360-degree view from Whiteface's large, rocky summit is a … [Read More]
All checked in and not planning on leaving anytime soon.
All checked in and not planning on leaving anytime soon.
I don’t usually look to spend a night at a campground. If I’m on the road I’ve got a hotel booked and a guarantee I’ll have wi-fi, a clean bathroom, and a bed. Camping for me involves taking an overnight hike out in the middle of the wilderness, away from civilization, and a night's rest sleeping on the ground in a tent. Basically I’m mosquito bait, but that’s okay because I enjoy backcountry … [Read More]

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