Once used as observation points to detect forest fires, today many of the Adirondack fire towers are accessible to hikers to take in 360 degree views from the mountaintop. Depicted in this autumn scene is the Bald Mountain Fire Tower and a view to the northeast, looking at the Fulton Chain of Lakes.
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