Family Day Snowshoeing Part II + Frost Bite

Sam Adirondacks, Outdoors, Travel, Winter 1 Comment

After a cold night out in the wilderness, we felt ambitious from our ascend of Here are the blister that resulted from the frost bite. *Warning, graphical contents.* She’s been a trooper and extremely positive. Her toes are all here and healing well, I will post more updates later on.

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Family Day Snowshoeing Part I.

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Over the Family Day long weekend, a group of us packed our gear, crossed the border to the High Peak Regions in New York State. We had previously visited the park both in the Winter, conquering different peaks and lakes. This time we took the familiar trial from the Adirondacks Loj towards Marcy Dam. It had been consistently cold so …

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Snowshoeing in the Adirondacks

Sam Adirondacks, Outdoors, Travel, Winter 2 Comments

It’s been 2 years since our last hiking trip to the Adirondack State Park. This time we went in the middle of winter for some snow-shoeing…in the middle of a lake. We left Toronto at 10pm and stayed overnight in Brockville, cramming all 6 people into the room. We woke up bright and early to cross the border. Arriving at …

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Hiking in Adirondacks Pt.I

Sam Adirondacks, Friends, Outdoors, Thoughts, Travel 6 Comments

Adirondack Park is located in the northeastern part of New York state that covers approximately 6.1 million acres (24,700 km²). It is part of the Appalachian Mountains and contains the 46 High Peaks. The planning came together pretty last minute, since when we had meetings they quickly turned into a night of boardgames. After we crossed the border, we found …

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