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What's New In the Adirondacks

January 2014 Archives

The imaginative Wild Walk we reported on last year makes huge strides as it receives $250,000 from the North County Regional Economic Development Council (NCREDC).


The Adirondack's own Whiteface Mountain and local photographer Charlie Samuels are featured in the February issue of Road & Track magazine!
If you're like me, you know nothing about folk music - especially Adirondack folk music. The traditional music of the Northeast fiddles with an identity crisis, a mesh of nations coming together forming many Adirondack sounds and very few know where they originated.

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Every morning this week, in the frosty air of the Adirondacks, construction on an ice palace on the shores of Lake Flower makes progress in preparation for its annual debut at the opening ceremonies of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival on January 31st.

Ever wondered what goes into making the famous Saranac Lake Ice Palace? This year, we take an inside look at how they pull the whole thing off every year.

Saranac Lake Ice Palace Construction

Barkeater Chocolates now maps the Adirondacks as the chocolaty heartland for sweet-toothed connoisseurs from the Northeast. Focusing on natural ingredients, the tastes you'll find at Barkeater Chocolates will redefine your love for chocolate.

With perfectly pink elk loin, a 1983 Baron Philippe de Rothschild Chateau d'Armailhac bordeaux blend, homemade cookies by your fire-side bed and an outdoor sauna by the pond, Friends Lake Inn makes overnight guests feel like they are on their second honeymoon (or on their way to their first).
Intense Milk is launching their Winter of Fun ski resorts discounts, and all you have to do is save your Intense Milk cap.