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The Adirondack Mountains reside in the largest park in the United States and located in the northeastern quadrant of Upstate New York. The vast North Country Region consists of 6.2 million acres of diverse topography including dense forest, alpine meadows, sparkling cool water lakes and regions designated as "Forever Wild". The Park's borders are the Saint Lawrence to the north, The Tug Hill to the west, Lake Champlain in the east and its southern gateway, Lake George, is some 200 miles north of New York City. Is is indeed about New York NewYork!
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Often referred to as the the "Ancient Adirondacks" based on their glacial history and geological formation, the mountains were shaped by a major geological event known as an "uplift". This phenomenon has unearthed previously deeply buried ancient rocks more than a billion years old, thus exposing and shaping several mountain ranges including New York State's highest peak, Mount Marcy, standing guard at over 5,344 feet above sea level.
Its pronounced vertical rock formations and signature dome crown, towering resolute, makes Mount Marcy supreme amongst stalwart peers. The mountain is the home of spring fed Lake Tear of the Clouds, the source of the Hudson River. It is also known as one of the 46 High Peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. The majority of the mountain is forested, although the final few hundred yards is above tree line. Rocky outcrops, lichen, and alpine shrubs dominate the peak. Adirondack Trail Magazine brings it to you in Print, Digital including a "real-time" video feed.
The Adirondack Mountains are a matrix of glacial waters with over 3,000 fresh water lakes, ponds and streams which include cold deep water lakes that support Lake Trout, Landlocked Salmon, Walleye, bass and shallow waters which are renowned for Northern Pike, muskie and tiger muskie. Notable rivers include The Ausable, it being one of the best trout waters in Eastern United States as well as the Saranac River System, The Raquette, The Cedar River Flow and The Bouquet to name a few. Adirondack Trail Magazine brings the enchantment to you on a multi media platform, and yes, it is free.
The Park includes a constitutionally protected Forest Preserve of approximately 2.3 million acres. Overall, the Park is home to literally thousands of streams, hundreds of mountains, meadows, virgin forest, vibrant wildlife, things that chirp and sing, things that have fur coats and like picnic baskets with fresh honey ... cottage or camp, charming hamlets with stone chimneys, aromatic of oak or maple, rustic lodges and lands designated as "Forever Wild". Adirondack Trail Magazine writers and photographers subject matter is virtually endless. Each issue is as the volatile as the climate that makes the Adirondack Park dynamic.
The Adirondack Mountains rise in eleven Upstate New York counties including Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Lewis, Saint Lawrence, Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties.