Spring Paddling Destinations in the Adirondacks

This article along with others written by me can be found at EMS As temperatures rise and the days grow longer, the bountiful lakes, ponds and rivers of the Adirondacks transform from their solid winter state of ice back to liquid blue. With most trails, especially those in the High Peaks, a muddy mess inContinue reading “Spring Paddling Destinations in the Adirondacks”

March Cover

I am thrilled to announce that my photo “My Fingers Hurt” is the March cover of Landscape Photography Magazine. Beautiful sunset light makes the snowy winter landscape come alive. The solitude and dramatic beauty of winter makes it my favorite time of year to explore the mountains. Adirondack Mountains, New York.

Paddling Guide to Follensby Clear Pond

As the days grow longer, the temperature rises, and frozen lakes and ponds return to their liquid state, the serene waters of the Adirondack Mountains beckon the outdoor adventurer to stow away their snowshoes and skis and break out a canoe or kayak for long sunny days of aquatic exploration. Home to over 3,000 lakesContinue reading “Paddling Guide to Follensby Clear Pond”

“Higher and Higher” Appears on Cover of Adirondac Magazine

Higher and Higher was chosen as the cover for the March-April 2021 cover of Adirondac Magazine! Beautiful sunset light makes the snowy winter landscape come alive. The solitude and dramatic beauty of winter makes it my favorite time of year to explore the mountains. Adirondack Mountains, New York. “Higher and Higher” Prints available. Adirondac MagazineContinue reading ““Higher and Higher” Appears on Cover of Adirondac Magazine”

The Gear you Need to Climb Mount Marcy in Winter

For a winter adventure that’s equal parts unforgettable and challenging, it’s hard to beat a winter ascent of Mount Marcy in the Adirondack High Peaks. Checking in at an elevation of 5,344 feet, Mount Marcy is the highest peak in New York and offers commanding views of the surrounding mountains, lakes, and valleys in allContinue reading “The Gear you Need to Climb Mount Marcy in Winter”