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The magazine's eight annual issues all focus on the culture and outdoor recreation opportunities in the Adirondack Park region. Recent articles include essays on the arrival of chimney swifts to Saranac Lake and a guide to the best park-related apps.
Adirondack Life Magazine
Combine Yellowstone, Glacier, and Yosemite National Parks, and you still come short of Adirondack Park's six million acres. The protected terrain is home to mountains peaking at more than 4,000 feet, nearly 3,000 lakes, and rivers and streams flowing for thousands of miles. Since 1970, Adirondack Life magazine has covered the region's people, places, history, and issues in pieces by acclaimed writers such as Bill McKibben, Andrea Barrett, and Russell Banks.
Along with its bimonthly issues, Adirondack Life publishes two special issues each year. As spring turns into summer, the Annual Guide to the Great Outdoors exclusively focuses on outdoor recreation such as hiking, canoeing, and befriending bears with backrubs. In autumn, the At Home in the Adirondacks issue turns reader attention to topics such as architecture, gardening, and interior design.