A perfect late summer day on Quebec Brook in the northern Adirondacks, a beautiful stream where you are sure to find yourself alone in wild country. The boreal forest of the Canadian north, consisting of black spruce and tamarack, is common in this region of the Park. There is something about the vast stretches of this forest that portrays a sense of loneliness and true wilderness. Over the past several years, miles of waterways, including the three branches of the St. Regis River have been opened up to public use through the purchase of easements by the State of New York. This is a little traveled part of the Adirondacks and awaits your exploration.