September 2016 Articles
By Bill Ingersoll
This trail is arguably the most scenic approach to Dix Mountain, the sixth highest peak in the High Peaks. Although it is nearly seven miles long, there are several attractive landmarks to enjoy along the way. READ MORE.
By Mona Caron
Spectacular colors of red, orange and yellow will be your backdrop this racing season. Lace up your running shoes to enjoy the beautiful foliage and cooler weather. You’ll reap the benefits from your summer training with these fall races. READ MORE.
By Dave Beals
Cyclocross was once described as being on the fringe of the fringe sport of cycling. That is, few people knew exactly what the sport was and even fewer actually engaged in it. READ MORE.
By Rich Macha
The southern part of the Adirondacks doesn’t seem to get as much publicity as areas further north, but you can still find plenty of wild waterways there to explore by canoe, kayak or paddleboard. READ MORE.
By Jennifer Ferriss
Bill is not your stereotypical computer guy, as seen in his TEDx Talk, “From Couch to Ultra-Marathon,” where he displays the image of the Jurassic Park hacker Dennis Nedry, an overweight, maniacal nerd behind the monitor. Or, maybe Bill is the modern computer guy. READ MORE.
By Christine Bishop
On Sunday, October 9, two premiere running events, the Mohawk Hudson River Marathon and Hannaford Half Marathon, will bring runners to Albany from across the region, the United States and many foreign countries. READ MORE.