Here's a crazy fact: The Golf Club at The Equinox was built in 1926, and that was more than 150 years after the property's lodging opened for business. Since it's located on a resort that predates America's independence, this golf course is something of a newcomer—and yet it has no trouble stealing the spotlight. Here are a few more things to know about this postcard-worthy course:
The Layout: The 18-hole, par 71 course is carved into a valley between two mountain ranges. It stretches to 6,423 yards from the back tees, and its hilly terrain makes for plenty of...
Memorable Holes: It's impossible to pick just one—the mountains rise up over the 9th green and look close enough to touch, and the club's famous birch grove makes the 18th hole appear as if someone painted it on a canvas.
Trophy Case: It's full of hardware, but recent honors include a best-in-state ranking from Golf Digest (#6) and an appearance on Golfweek's list of top courses to play in Vermont in 2015.
After Rounds: The property treats guests to numerous dining options, but stop by Dormy Grill, where a patio overlooks the 9th green and 1st fairway—describing the view from here as "picturesque" would be a severe understatement.
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Blue Mountain rises high above its eponymous lake, where it sets the backdrop for the Adirondack Museum's vast campus. Across more than 24 exhibits and historic buildings, the museum charts the history of the Adirondacks region and its people over the centuries, with a focus on topics such as boating, the logging industry, and local artwork.
Boating history: Boats & Boating in the Adirondacks, with more than 50 guideboats, canoes, and motorized vessels.
Historic buildings: Bull Cottage, which displays rustic furniture, The Buck Lake Club, a one-room log cabin from the 1900s, and The Reising Schoolhouse, which was built in 1907.
Outdoor recreation: Feed the fish, stroll the landscaped grounds, and enjoy the spectacular views.
Artwork: The Lynn Boillot Art Galleries and the Living with Wilderness Galleries display Adirondack art, and works depicting the region are incorporated into most exhibitions.
When the founders of A.R.O. Adventures first took their raft to the shores of Moose River, they didn't know it was widely renowned as one of the wildest, most intense waterways in the region. The spirited New Yorkers were just looking for adventure, fun, and a means to explore their homeland's natural beauty. After falling in love with the river's tumultuous rapids and scenic surrounding wilderness, the trailblazers began honing their rafting skills with regular trips, eventually bringing their friends and family along for the ride.
More than three decades later, the group of adventurous guides continues to lead tours down Moose River. The guides, however, have since expanded their inventory of trips to include three other major New York rivers, each characterized by unique classes of rapids and magnificent rural backdrops. A cheerful bunch, the guides always end trips with a homemade barbecue, along with thrilling stories, good-hearted jokes, and a round of beverages.
What happens when you mix a background in chemistry with a wine-making heritage and decades of industry experience?
You end up with Gary Akrop, a vintner who really knows his stuff. For Gary, wine was once a simple hobby. But it eventually grew into a full-blown passion, leading him to establish Ledge Rock Hill Winery in the Adirondack Mountains in 2011.
There, he mixes scientific wisdom with decades of industry knowhow to produce limited batches of his handcrafted wine. Reds are the winery's specialty, each one made with grapes crushed onsite. And much like magic genies, each one is stored in oak barrels for months and even years at a time. Such precise
barrel aging is part of a process that, when combined with quality fruit and expert skills, helps Gary and Ledge Rock produce wines of exceptional character. Whether sweet or dry wines are your favorite, a variety of the winery's best choices is always available for sampling
in the warm, woodsy tasting room.
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