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October 2011 Archives

Wolves have been thought to be extinct for over a hundred years in the Adirondacks and Northeast United states, until recently. Could the Adirondack timber wolf be making a comeback? Read on to find out.

Reuben Cary shot a wolf in the Adirondacks in 1899, which is currently on display at the Adirondack Museum. It was thought for a while that this was the last wolf in the Adirondacks, but several have been killed in the last few decades. 

The question is whether or not these wolves are wild.


The Adirondack Pub & Brewery, in the village of Lake George, will be hosting their 5th annual Brewers Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 15th. The event will benefit the WAIT House in Glens Falls.


Fall in the Adirondacks has not passed you by... yet! But you should hurry here if you want to see some beautiful fall foliage. In some regions, peak has already passed, but in other regions, the trees are on fire with color.

Wondering where to go to see the best colorful foliage this weekend? Check out what our 125+ Adirondacks Facebook fans had to say when we asked them:

We need another fall foliage report from our locals! Which locations have the brightest fall foliage right now? Where can we catch some bright fiery reds and oranges?"
Click here to see the dozens of foliage reports we got in response...

Can't make it to the Adirondacks this fall? Check out these gorgeous Adirondack fall photos by Carl Heilman II and picture yourself here!