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Maple Sugaring in the Adirondacks

Maple syrup production is a centuries-old tradition in the Adirondacks, and an important part of Adirondack life. Sugar Maple and Black Maple trees, preferred for their sap’s high sugar content, thrive in the Adirondacks. In addition, the temperatures in winter and early spring offer the ideal conditions for harvesting sap. Adirondack Mountain Land’s owner Mike Black knows […]

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sugar shack

Homesteading in the Adirondacks

More than a passing trend, homesteading in the Adirondacks is a lifestyle that dates back thousands of years. With the best hunting and fishing east of the Mississippi, trees for timber harvesting and maple sugaring, and acres of land for gardening, gathering and raising livestock, it’s easy to see why the Adirondacks continue to attract […]

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Algonquin Peak

Spring Hiking Notices for the Adirondacks

Winter has come to a close, signaling a new season of outdoor recreation, and many outdoor enthusiasts are eager to hit the hiking trails. While spring has definitely arrived, it’s important to remember that April-June, often referred to as Mud Season, can be unpredictable in the Adirondacks with heavy rainfall, large temperature swings, high water […]

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adirondack trees

Don’t Sleep on Spring Leaf Peeping Across the Adirondacks

From late September through October, the leaf peepers are out in force throughout the Adirondack region. The scarlet, yellow, and gold colors contrasted with the vibrant evergreens are breathtaking. But the locals know when the oaks, maples, birches, and hickory trees start to show their new leaves in the spring, it creates another awesome leaf-peeping […]

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Adirondack Small Towns Have Big Appeal

The first thing folks who haven’t spent much time in the Adirondacks notice when visiting one of our small towns is that they really are small. The biggest town we have is Saranac Lake with a population of a little under 5,000 people.  It’s not uncommon for the towns dotted through the region to only […]

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Short Road Trip from Montreal: Adirondacks USA, Malone NY

Just across the U.S. border in Northern New York State, the Adirondack Park is a peaceful, picture-perfect getaway from Montreal, Quebec. Celebrated for its untouched wilderness and boundless recreation, New York’s Adirondacks offer a little something for everyone no matter the time of year. The boundary of the Adirondack Park, known as the “Blue Line”, […]

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Can You Live in an RV on Your Own Land in NY?

You’ve found the idyllic piece of land in the Adirondacks. It’s peaceful, picturesque and perfect in every way, but you just don’t have the means or the time to build a home on it just yet. So why not live in your RV full-time? It’s your land, you own it, you should be able to […]

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The Adirondack Mountains are home to many gorgeous lakes

The Appeal of Adirondack Property

Living in such a beautiful place as the Adirondacks, traveling it’s roads, hiking it’s trails, and canoeing it’s waters on a year round basis is such a great blessing to me, but perhaps the familiarity of it all can damper it’s wonder to a certain extent. However, one of the joys of showing Adirondack property […]

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Buying Adirondack Land? Here is what you need to know

Many, if not most folks, who look to buy from Adirondack Mt Land are first-time land buyers. The experience is not only exciting, but can also be a bit intimidating, or at the very least, raise a number of questions. In the acquisition and sale of the Adirondack property it is our number one priority […]

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