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Early Summer Charity Rides
By Dave Kraus
Every cyclist rides for a cause. Whether it’s fitness, transportation, or just working off that stress from a bad day at the office,... [Read more]
Planning Your Next Paddling Trip: A Guide to New York Guidebooks
By Rich Macha
New York offers the paddler a mind-boggling variety and quantity of paddling destinations, from small streams to big rivers, diminutive ponds to expansi... [Read more]
Hiking Treadway: One of the Best
By Bill Ingersoll
Treadway Mountain is not the type of peak that you point to admiringly from many other summits. At a modest 2,240 feet, there is a long list of Adirondack ponds t... [Read more]
Running: On a Mission
By Jennifer Ferriss
Now that the spring racing season is in full swing, weekends are riddled with more race options than one can register for. Decisions need to be made. Do I run f... [Read more]
Tri/Du: Early Season Events
By Kristen Hislop
April was cold and cloudy, but as May approaches the temperatures and sun are finally trending the right way. This is a good thing considering the multisport seas... [Read more]
SARANAC LAKE – If you want to be a 46er start with the “Saranac Lake 6.”
ALBANY – Join dog trainers and kayakers Mary Ferentino and Trish Galvin of Good Dog Training Center for the first in a series of “Kayaking with Your Dog” training seminars.
PLATTSBURGH – The Biggest Loser RunWalk is hosting a “Premier Destination” race in Plattsburgh on June 9.
SAUGERTIES – The new Hudson Valley Tri/Duathlon Series is composed of four races in four counties in the scenic Hudson River Valley.
ALBANY – According to the NYSDEC, high elevation Adirondack trails are wet and muddy during May, making them vulnerable from hikers.
LAKE GEORGE – Randonnée Cycliste Adirondacks is a multi-day, cycling-centric family event that will take place Sept. 27-29 in Lake George.
LAKE PLACID – The 15th annual Ironman Lake Placid will take place on Sunday, July 28, with 2,700 athletes from around the world.
SARANAC LAKE – A 90-mile stretch of rail, built in 1892 and owned by the state, runs from the Tri-Lakes to Old Forge.
SCHROON LAKE – Registration is open for the Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival on Sept. 21-22.
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