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125 Years of the Adirondacks

Aug
9

125 Years of the Adirondacks

The treasured Adirondack Park of Upstate New York is celebrating the 125th Anniversary this year with the unveiling of a new exhibit by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Signed by New York State Gov. Roswell P. Flower, in May of 1892, was the establishment of the beginning of the Adirondack Park. With just 2.8 […]

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Aug
6

The Adirondack Scenic Railroad 25th Anniversary

On August 12th The Adirondack Scenic Railroad will be celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary. The Adirondack Scenic Railroad is currently operated by The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society (ARPS). Their mission is to restore and preserve railway services between the High Peaks Region, Central New York, and beyond. They accomplish their mission by partnering with local communities […]

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Jul
2

Lake Life in the Adirondacks

A piece on the many waterways and lifestyles of people who live in the Adirondacks. Lakes in the Adirondacks have so much to offer from relaxing on the lake, sightseeing, boating, tubing, skiing, and much more! It truly is a great place to live year round, if you have a vacation home, part of the […]

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Mar
21

Where was America’s First Winter Resort?

Lake Placid, NY in the Adirondacks, famously known as the host to the 1932 and 1980 Olympic games, has a winter sporting history that dates back much farther. Built in 1907, “The Lake Placid Club” became a winter clubhouse allowing year-round visits and was host to more than 9,600 acres, 365 buildings, a theater, library, […]

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Jan
23

The Intersection of Environment and Sport: The Adirondack Ice Bowl

The combination of environment and sport is no alien concept to life in the Adirondacks. Having spent nearly our entire lives in the Adirondack Park and neighboring areas of upstate New York, the appreciation of winter beauty comes naturally. From Snowmobiling to all different styles of skiing, the Adirondacks are the epicenter of all events […]

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Dec
15

Ice Fishing in the Adirondacks

Ever been hard water fishing? Ever walked out on a frozen lake without the fear of falling through? If not, then let us take a moment to recommend Ice fishing in the Adirondacks. Often associated with freezing cold temperatures and hot chocolate ice fishing can provide some of the best fishing opportunities seen all year […]

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Dec
15

Introducing the Inaugural Issue of UNIQUE QUARTERLY, Our New Team Quarterly Publication

We are excited to announce the inaugural first issue of our new publication, Unique Quarterly! As a Team, we wanted a regular publication that not only offered interesting and relevant information for our clients and readers, but one that also highlighted the amazing region and lifestyles available here. This publication will feature notable current and […]

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Dec
7

Winter Carnivals

Winter months in the Adirondacks are the most festive and activity filled! The whole region comes alive during this time of year. Celebrating the snow with century-old traditions is a big deal in the Adirondacks. There are many communities in the area that host winter carnivals such as the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival. It is […]

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Nov
27

40th Annual Snodeo Winter Kick-Off

December 9-11th will kick-off the 40th annual Snodeo event held in Old Forge and surrounding communities. It celebrates the opening of the snowmobile trail system and the beginning of the winter season in the Adirondacks! For many, it is a weekend to open up “camp” and trailer their snowmobiles and other toys up north. Winter […]

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Nov
10

Fly Fishing In The Adirondacks

Not many people associate cold fall weather and water sports. However, in the Adirondack Park, a very unique opportunity exists for our inhabitants. Fly fishing for trophy brown and brook trout throughout the region is regarded as some of the best water in the lower 48 states. At The Keir Weimer Team, we have had […]

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