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What's New In the Adirondacks

Are you looking for something fun to do this Halloween? The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership and Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce are hosting two days of tricks and treats that you won't want to miss!

A serious car crash two weeks ago threatened Adirondack Shakespeare Company's fall season, but after some casting and scheduling adjustments, the troupe has moved forward with performances of Hamlet and The Winter's Tale.

The 23rd Annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show in August has long since ended, but the region will be able to re-live the event during an upcoming episode of Cruisin New England with Paul Mennett!

Pictured Emma Jean Okusky (Car Show Chairperson), Matthew Courtright (TACC Executive Director), and Paul Mennett (Cruisin' New England TV Show Host) along with the Director & Producer of the hit TV Show Cruisin' New England.
Want to have a great weekend? Check out these five events happening throughout the Adirondacks!

Wild Walk, the one-of-a-kind attraction at Tupper Lake's Wild Center, has drawn more than 100,000 visitors in two months, and will be receiving a prestigious architecture award later this month.

Photo provided by The Wild Center
Hunting seasons have opened for several different species of small and big game in New York State. The Adirondacks provide many opportunities to hunt and trap all kinds of different animals: Deer, bear, beavers, rabbits, coyote, upland game birds, waterfowl, and more.

Hunting and trapping are important for managing herd populations around the state. The sale of licenses, equipment, accessories and guide services also brings tens of millions of dollars to state and local economies each year, according to the NYS DEC.

When you go trout fishing in the Adirondacks, you're generally after one of four types of fish: Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, or Brown Trout. 

You might already be aware that two of these fish are not native to the area, and were introduced by outsiders for sport. What if I told you that no trout is native to the Adirondacks?

Looking for weekend plans? Check out these eight fall festivals happening throughout the Adirondacks!

The 91-year-old Northville-Placid Trail that winds through the heart of the Adirondack Park recently reached the end of a six-year improvement project, and is now able to provide outdoor recreationists with a dramatically enhanced experience.

Editor's Note: This article has been updated to include more details about where the trail will be running and a link to the DEC's full plan and map.

A 4,600-mile North Country National Scenic Trail is being created to span from North Dakota across the northern tier of the United States, and the Department of Environmental Conservation recently announced that the plan for the 158-mile Adirondack route portion of the trail has been finalized.