Entries by Dustin U.

Patagonia, The Mountaineer Protect Wildlife Habitats

Grant boosts Nature Conservancy Programs to Protect Fish and Wildlife Habitats CONTACT: Alissa Rafferty, [email protected], 518-576-2082 Dustin Ulrich, [email protected], 518-576-2281   At The 14th Annual Great Adirondack Trail Run, The Mountaineer announced a $13,000 grant from Patagonia and The Mountaineer that will bolster The Nature Conservancy’s pioneering work to protect fish and wildlife habitats in […]

2018 Trail Run Results

Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in The 14th Annual Great Adirondack Trail Run! Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors who help make this charity event possible. We had beautiful weather today and the conditions were as good as it gets. We’re proud to host an event that supports […]

2017 Trail Run Results

11.5 Mile Run # Name   Age Grp Start Finish Time 37 Bryce Murdick 20 20 9:35:00 11:20:53 1:45:53 53 Liam Davis 24 20 9:53:00 11:42:30 1:49:30 59 Colin Rodgers 36 30 9:50:00 11:39:58 1:49:58 64 Philip Maynard 33 30 9:44:00 11:37:52 1:53:52 14 Brian Robinson 40 40 9:16:00 11:10:13 1:54:13 58 Karl Schulz 19 […]

The Great Adirondack Trail Weekend

The Great Adirondack Trail Weekend  June 9th and 10th Join us to celebrate the Spring Season and The Great Adirondack Trail Run Weekend! In addition to our world famous Trail Run on June 9th, we’ll be hosting a fun, educational, demo event on June 10th, at our Garage Sale location! Starting off  Saturday morning, our 11.5 mile run […]

Adirondack Backcountry Information

Backcountry Information for The Adirondack High Peaks Region We get it! Everyone is excited (including us!) to get out and about this time of year and start Hiking, Trail Running, and Rock Climbing. May and June can be some of the best months in the Adirondacks before the summer season is in “full Swing” but […]

Adirondack Rock Climbing Route Closures

Adirondack Rock Climbing Route Closures Peregrine falcons, an endangered species in New York State, nest on cliffs in the Adirondack Mountains. The population of peregrine falcons has steadily grown since the DEC undertook hacking programs in the Adirondacks in the late 1970s. Cliffs with known peregrine falcon nesting sites are monitored annually throughout the Adirondacks. […]