Locals' Pick: GNO x2
Locals' Pick: GNO x2
 Girls' Night OutOh, how I long for the days of my youth. Where I was wild and free, hitting the road for random weekend getaways with the girls, staying out until the bars closed, and eating decadent food in the wee hours.Nah, that's not true at all. I love being a responsible adult with a family and schedule to adhere to. But, every once in awhile, I do jump at the chance to partake in a … [Read More]
Get your Adirondack cheese here
Get your Adirondack cheese here
Their award-winning cheeses could not be made anywhere else and taste the same. The characters and flavors are born from the cow’s milk that is flavored with the grass the cows eat, which picks up certain hues from the unspoiled Adirondack soil where it's grown. Then the wheels of cheese are infused with spruce from the locally-milled pine boards on which they are aged. This is all to say that … [Read More]
Top 8 Picks for Picnics
Top 8 Picks for Picnics
It’s officially summer in the Adirondacks, and that means… well lots of stuff. To me, summer means biking, hiking, swimming, paddling, climbing, and touring. The season also includes everyone’s favorite way to prepare for, or recover from, all of those activities. No, I’m not talking about napping. Even better, I’m referring to picnicking. Nature, up closeSo, where to picnic, you ask? … [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]
Camping or glamping - your choice
Camping or glamping - your choice
This month I did some research into one of my favorite activities - camping! I love it, as you'll find out reading this blog.My husband and I live in the woods in the Adirondacks. At home we can do pretty much everything camping-wise that can be done at a campground. But there's just something about hitching up that camper and moseying on down the road to one of our region's amazing campgrounds. … [Read More]
One for the road: Whiskey run
One for the road: Whiskey run
Whiskey Run Registration Now Open in Whiteface Region – Down with Prohibition! By Guest Blogger: Michael MartineauBet you didn’t know that Wilmington, NY, was a hotbed of whiskey running during Prohibition did you? During the years of prohibition, which ran from 1920 to 1933, Wilmington, with its close proximity to the Canadian border, became a hub of illegal liquor manufacturing. … [Read More]
Mountain, road, cycling!
Mountain, road, cycling!
The Whiteface Region is a cycling paradise. Challenging terrain, gorgeous scenery, and intriguing routes all combine with the fresh mountain air. Come explore a full weekend of aspirations in the form of incredible mountain cycling, then road cycling... with an intriguing twist.Summer is prime biking season, and it kicks off with the Adirondack Bike Race Weekend.7th Annual WW 100kThe WW 100k is … [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]
Iron Training
Iron Training
Ironman VolunteerIt was about 9 months ago that I was gifted with one of the greatest opportunities — I was asked to assist with Ironman Lake Placid. I was brought on board to help with the astounding amount of work that goes into coordinating the thousands of volunteers. I didn’t know what I was in for, but that was the best part. The adrenaline was all that kept me going. The energy Ironman … [Read More]
Women are hooked on fly fishing
Women are hooked on fly fishing
“It requires skill, grace and patience,” he said. “That is why women excel at it.”That was a snippet from a recent conversation with fly fisherman, guide, and business owner Tom Conway. He confirmed what I had been hearing: that women take to fly fishing faster than men, and in many cases, outcast their male counterparts.Earlier this week I visited the Ausable River Two Fly Shop in Wilmington, … [Read More]

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