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The Adirondack Brew Bus Experience

The Adirondack Brew Bus Experience

With the rise of craft breweries in New York, picking which ones to visit is a really tough process. When we heard about the Hoppy Trails Brew Bus in the Glens Falls area (think a Finger Lakes wine tour on steroids), we were excited to learn more about what the tour had to offer.
Camp Trend - Modern Camp Culture

Camp Trend - Modern Camp Culture


As the Creative Directors for Camp Trend, Mark and Nives have setup a visual based site that we find very inspiring. It points out different camp spots, covers helpful gear that can be used for camping, and also shares their own adventures on the road, as seen through their blog.

2014: Our Year in Review

2014: Our Year in Review

These past 12 months have been exciting for Hilary and I -- yet another year full of adventure in the Adirondacks and beyond. From camping in the remote wilderness, paddling new bodies of water, observing 360 views from mountaintop fire towers, making the journey up 8 of the Adirondack High Peaks, and exploring the European Alps, it’s been a year we’ll never forget
Dial & Nippletop Loop

Dial & Nippletop Loop

On a crisp and clear fall day, Evan and I got an early start out of the St. Hubert’s parking lot. Our destinations for the day: Nippletop and Dial. We decided to do the loop counter-clockwise, ascending through Elk Pass to summit Nippletop first, followed by a gradual descent down to Dial.

Macomb, South Dix, and Grace Peak

Macomb, South Dix, and Grace Peak

Beginning from the Elk Lake parking area, Evan and I set out to hike our remaining three high peaks in the Dix Range.  We started our trek by heading up the Slide Brook herd path toward Macomb Mountain.  The trail is well worn and smooth for a good portion of the hike, but once you reach the rock slide portion of the trail, the tides change a bit.
Hiking the Adirondack Great Range

Hiking the Adirondack Great Range

On our Great Range traverse in the fall of 2012, team PureADK hiked Saddleback, followed by Basin, and after a quick stop at Little Haystack, finished with the prominent and remote Haystack. A quick jaunt beyond Basin, we made the trip over to Little Haystack, only to discover that we still had a way to go before reaching Haystack’s broad and open summit.

Saddleback Mountain | 4,515ft

Saddleback Mountain | 4,515ft

In the fall of 2012, we decided to be very optimistic and planned an 18-mile hike into the Great Range. We would head first to Saddleback, followed by Basin, and after a quick stop at Little Haystack, we would finish with the prominent and remote Haystack.

Basin Mountain | 4,827ft

On our Great Range traverse in the fall of 2012, team PureADK hiked Saddleback, followed by Basin, and after a quick stop at Little Haystack, finished with the prominent and remote Haystack.

Hike to Armstrong Mountain

Hike to Armstrong Mountain

Flanked by Gothics to the southwest and Upper Wolfjaw to the northeast, Armstrong Mountain falls at number 22 on the High Peaks of the Adirondacks.  As part of the Great Range, Armstrong can be reached from St. Huberts or The Garden.

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Evan, Hilary, and Lucy 🐾