May 14, 2013 — The mountains of the northeast attract hikers to their rocky summits. What happens, though, when something goes wrong? Carol Stone White collected over 50 essays in her new book, Peak Experiences - Danger, Death, and Daring in the Mountains of the Northeast. Betsy Kepes as this review. Go to full article
Eric Sammis talks with NCPR's Todd Moe on the summit of Mount Arab.
Tupper Lake, NY, Jul 27, 2009 — For nearly 20 years, volunteer Summit Stewards have greeted visitors on Adirondack mountaintops. During the hiking season they work alone or in pairs maintaining trails and keeping track of visitors. Todd Moe recently climbed Mount Arab, near Tupper Lake, with a group from the Adirondack Mountain Club. At the summit and fire tower, he talked to Eric Sammis, a SUNY-Potsdam student, who's spending five weeks on Arab as part an Environmental Studies degree. For today's "Heard up North," a summer job with a view. Go to full article
That big blank spot on the map? That's where we live...
BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE, NY, Jul 15, 2009 — A new exhibit this summer at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake traces the first efforts to map and survey the Adirondack Mountains. "A Wild, Unsettled Country" uses maps, prints and paintings to capture a sense of the first European exploration of the region. Brian Mann spoke with curator Laura Rice. Go to full article