On Sunday, July 31st, 528 cyclists came out to North Creek, NY to take part in the 11th annual ididaride! bike tour. This challenging route is a 75-mile loop that begins at the Ski Bowl at Gore Mountain, heads south to Spectulator, west and north to Indian Lake, then back east down the big hill to North Creek.
The Keir Weimer Team of Select Sotheby’s International Realty have certainly proven themselves as Adirondack real estate experts, and the fact that they live and play in the Adirondacks themselves speaks volumes to their credibility and localized knowledge.
Satisfy your taste buds by experiencing goods from some of the best wineries, distilleries, breweries, artisanal food vendors, and food trucks that the Adirondack region and New York State has to offer.
Restaurant weeks give food aficionados a chance to discover and enjoy local restaurants, providing patrons with the opportunity to sample a variety of dishes from prix fixe menus at reasonable prices. In Lake Placid, the first restaurant week will be held for ten days this coming May, from Friday, the 13th through Sunday, the 22nd.
This June, passionate anglers will have an opportunity to be a part of an important and fun brook trout conservation effort in the Adirondacks. The Great Camp Sagamore will host Trout Power 2016, a 4-day long event that will include countless hours of fishing, connecting with nature, good food, happy hours, and plenty of diverse entertainment.
The trail is like life. Like human emotion. In a constant state of change. Seasons change, temperature changes, foliage changes, lighting changes, conditions change. Sounds change. We change.
The Lake Placid region in winter is a beautiful place full of activities covering a broad range of interests. From skiing and snowboarding to snowshoeing and ice skating, winter recreation opportunities are a great way to explore a different side of the Adirondack Mountains.
From campgrounds to primitive campsites, there are endless amounts of camping options in the Adirondack Park. We thought it'd be fun to share a brief list of some awesome spots throughout the park, so here's the list!
We did a recap like this last year and really enjoyed reflecting on the experiences we had and the milestones we achieved, so we thought this would be a great time to look back at 2015 as we approach the New Year. Throughout this past year, PureADK continued to evolve. With initial intentions of this being a website to act as a travel resource for the area – it’s actually transformed into much more.
A few months out from Cycle Adirondacks 2015 and we are still reeling from the excitement and enthusiasm that exuded from everyone involved with the event. When the Cycle Adirondacks team reached out to us to ask if we would be interested in being the digital storytellers of the event, we could not have been more excited.
Chances are that if you have traveled through the Adirondacks, you have at one time or another passed the weathered, yet incredibly charming, red barn standing solemnly in a field along Route 73 in Keene.