Adirondack Mountain Club


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Adirondack Mountain Club

Address:814 Goggins Rd
Lake George, NY 12845

Phone:518-668-4447
Fax:518-668-3746
Phone:800-395-8080
Web: www.adk.org
Established: 1932. Description:Dedicated to the protection and responsible recreational use of the New York State Forest Preserve, parks and other wild lands and waters. Promotes a balanced approach to outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation and a committment to public service and stewardship. Members: 30,000. Dues: $45/year.
Publications: Adirondack (bimonthly); free to members.

See other parks in New York.
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top to bottom, left to right: Hiking poles, rain shell, daypack, first aid kit, GPS, map, Adirondack Mountain Club guidebook, 100 oz.
The DEC and the Adirondack Mountain Club also jointly administer the "Adopt a Lean-to" Program.
To find out more about Adirondack lean-tos, or the Adopt a Lean-to Program, contact the Adirondack Mountain Club at (518) 668-4447 or visit their website at: www.
Mary Coffin is a retired science educator and a member of the Onondaga Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club, Finger Lakes Trail Conference, and North Country Trail Association.
Regarding the frequent use of Indian names in the Adirondack nomenclature, Brown writes: "Judging by place names, one might get the idea that Native Americans visited the High Peaks Region as often as Adirondack Mountain Club hikers.
The story continues into the present day, recounting construction of a new "loj" in 1927, rental and then purchase of the Heart Lake property by the Adirondack Mountain Club, and subsequent improvements carried out in the spirit and philosophy of "Mr.
DEC and ADK -- it's a partnership forged three-quarters of a century ago that continues today as the Adirondack Mountain Club observes the 75th anniversary of its founding.
These trails, and many other trails in state parks, are maintained by volunteer trail organizations, such as the Adirondack Mountain Club, the Finger Lakes Nail Conference, and the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference.
Adirondack Mountain Club crews regularly undertake trail protection and improvement projects throughout the region.