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The Sound of Spring in the Adirondacks

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The Sounds of Spring Skiing at Mount Van Hoevenberg

As you can see in this video, there is still plenty of snow for skiing in the Adirondacks.

Skiing in the spring is a different kind of skiing. It is noisier. Between the sounds of rushing snow melt and woodpeckers establishing their territory, gone are the days of winter’s cold and muffled silence. […]

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New Location for Adirondack Lifestyle!

Please follow this link to read the Adirondack Lifestyle Blog in its new location: adirondacklifestyleblog.com! […]


Happy First Day of Spring and Happy New Year!

Welcome to Adirondack Lifestyle!

Happy first day of spring 2011! I follow the astrological calendar and also consider this very special day the first day of the year. I love this time of year.

I know many people who live in the Adirondacks are whining right now because it snowed today, this arbitrarily […]

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Another Great St. Patrick’s Day of Skiing at Whiteface Mountain

Top of Skyward – highest lift-served point on Whiteface Mt.Yes, that is corn snow.St. Patrick’s Day 2011 at Whiteface Mountain lived up to prior years’ reputations. Note the plurals. A remarkable thing occurs when one combines this particular day o… […]


Another Great St. Patrick’s Day of Skiing at Whiteface Mountain

Top of Skyward – highest lift-served point on Whiteface Mt.Yes, that is corn snow.

St. Patrick’s Day 2011 at Whiteface Mountain lived up to prior years’ reputations. Note the plurals. A remarkable thing occurs when one combines this particular day of the year and Whiteface Mountain. It seems like St. Patrick’s Day is […]

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Don’t Let the Adirondack Corn Go to Waste!

Maple syrup is not the only Adirondack agricultural product currently thriving on the recent cold nights and warm sunny days. Although we don’t grow much real corn here in the Adirondack High Peaks, Mother Nature does a pretty good job with the corn snow. Be advised: the season has arrived, the corn is […]

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Don’t Let the Adirondack Corn Go to Waste!

Maple syrup is not the only Adirondack agricultural product currently thriving on the recent cold nights and warm sunny days. Although we don’t grow much real corn here in the Adirondack High Peaks, Mother Nature does a pretty good job with the corn sn… […]


Zooming Xoona’s Backcountry Downhill Ski Race in the Adirondacks

Some vacation destinations attract tourists. Others attract outdoor athletic disciples. Lake Placid and the Adirondacks attract both. It is the latter variety however, who will be most excited about the new online community founded in Lake Placid, Xoona.com. The brain-child of local outdoor enthusiast, Peter Fish, Xoona offers “racing for everyone” with self-timed […] […]


Zooming Xoona’s Backcountry Downhill Ski Race in the Adirondacks

Some vacation destinations attract tourists. Others attract outdoor athletic disciples. Lake Placid and the Adirondacks attract both. It is the latter variety however, who will be most excited about the new online community founded in Lake Placid, X… […]