Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs

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Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs is listed in the Associations category in Albany, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs is:
301 Hamilton St
Albany, NY 12210
(518) 449-3870
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Social Posts for Adirondack Mountain Club Public Affairs


RT @BrendanWiltse: Sunset over Lower Saranac Lake. // #Adirondacks #SaranacLake #VisitADKs #ADKLife #SkyPixel https://t.co/PmQ3yrftd0


RT @NYSDEC: Heading to the #Adirondacks this weekend? Be prepared and read our updated trail conditions: bit.ly/ADKtrails


RT @tylerhikes: Dr. Manoj Vora, the only NY State resident to climb the world's 7 Summits, presents his story at the Adirondak Loj @ADKmtnc…


RT @BrendanWiltse: Late evening light over Follensby Clear Pond. // #Adirondacks #VisitADKs #SaranacLake https://t.co/7ZFQ3L4NQd


RT @adkalmanack: DEC Issues Avalanche Advisory For Adirondacks #Avalanches #HighPeaks #hiking #skiing #snowshoeing adirondackalmanack.com/2017/02/dec-is…

Want to gain skills, give back, and have fun? Volunteer on the trails with Adirondack Mountain Club! The 2017 trail opportunities are now available including; 2 day projects, 4-5 day projects, and high school projects!
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DEC is advising backcountry downhill skiers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts that there is an increased the risk of avalanches in the Adirondacks.

New York’s alpine zone is a dangerous but magnificent place. It is home to specially adapted arctic tundra plants where humans are, unsurprisingly, brief visitors. Here is a look at how winter shapes the alpine zone!
ADK’s Summit Stewards educate hikers to enlist their help in protecting alpine species from trampling. They hike to the summits of the tallest...

The snow keeps falling out here at the Adirondak Loj! President's Day weekend is looking warm and sunny according to the latest forecast. Grab your skis and snowshoes and head to the Adirondacks for some winter fun. For the latest weather update>>>goo.gl/QbE4Ac Photo Credit: Tyler Socash