GUIDE
Naturally Carved Monuments to An Ancient Landscape
The Valley of the Gods offers a magnificent display of natural rock formations and is often compared to Monument Valley. Once part of the former Bears Ears National Monument, the area’s no longer protected under that designation but is still managed as BLM public land.   This valley sees far fewer…
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ARTICLE
Pairing Beauty on Earth with That in the Sky
The focus of a nation will be on the sky August 21 as the Great American Eclipse (NASA link) passes across the entire United States for the first time since 1918. While all of North America will witness at least a partial eclipse, only a narrow strip from Oregon to South Carolina will experience…
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GUIDE
Memorial Trail at the Base of the Beartooth Mountains
Ernie Strum Trail is a beautiful, undeveloped-feeling trail in the Fishtail, MT area. It is a fairly new trail created in 2014 thanks to the persistence Ernie Strum, an area local and the first proponent for the trail. He worked for around 15 years to make the project happen [1]. This trail is great…
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TRIP REPORT
This is an incredibly scenic four-day paddle through Adirondack Park. Canoe rental can be had at St. Regis Canoe Outfitters. They will drive you to the put-in in Long Lake. Long Lake provides a nice half-day paddle to dispersed camping as you enter the Raquette River river. Very few other parties…
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TRIP REPORT
This is a great half-day paddle each way from Floodwood Pond to Upper Saranac Lake. Numerous campsites are available along the way but Buck Island offers first-come first-serve campsites that feel much more secluded than predicted. The paddle takes approximately three hours each way and offers…
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