Enjoy the scenic landscapes from the Adirondack Life Wall Calendar from the summits of Wright and Santanoni Peaks to Lyon Mountainﾒs fire tower and the shores of Upper St. Regis Lake. Experience the magic of the Adirondack Park during the season in the Northeast and discover a rice variety of nature. Each month chronicles moments in the regionﾒs history and notable weather events with stunning images of the region from highly regarded photographers within the Adrirondack Life community. Delight in the pure, full color photos revealing significant moments in the regionﾒs dramatic seasons, as well as special events and notable North Country cold snaps with snow cover tree tops, heat waves bringing warmth and sun during the summer, and trance inducing sunsets and sunrises over nature. Crystal clear skies paired with snow cover plains or calm lakes reflecting back the skies and surrounding shores fill the pages of the calendar. Published by the award winning Adirondack Life magazine for all to enjoy and bring the natural and untouched world of the Adirondack Park to everyone.
- Features stunning images of the region
- High quality paper.
- Full-color pages throughout
- Includes all major public and culturally significant holidays.
- Published by Adirondack Life magazine
- Framable Art
- Experience the magic of Adirondack Park during the seasons
- Perfect gift for any occasion
- Stay organized all year with your favorite Wall Calendars, Mini-Wall Calendars and Planners.
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About Adirondack Magazine>
Founded in 1969, Adirondack Life Magazine has earned numerous national awards for the quality of its photography and design along with the depth of its editorial content. The magazine covers the six million acre Adirondack Park, found in New York and offers more wild country than Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Glacier National Parks combined. As protected landscape, this part has 3,000 lakes and thousands of miles of rivers and streams, extensive tracks of old-growth forests, and dozens of mountains with some alpine summits where rare arctic plants survive. In recent years, bald eagles, moose, and by some accounts, even mountain lions have reclaimed their original habitat. Adirondack Life magazine features several writers and photographers giving insight into the park. The yearly calendar publication is available along with other printed goods, home goods, and apparel.
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The Adirondack Park region boasts lakes, rivers and streams, and a wide variety of habitats, including globally unique wetland types and old growth forests. The heart of the Adirondack Park is the Forest Preserve. Contained within the park is over 6 million acres. Though not a national park, it offers more wild country than Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Glacier National Parks combined. The state of New York owns approximately 43 percent, or roughly 2.6 million acres of land within the Parkﾒs boundaries. The remaining private lands are devoted principally to forestry, agriculture, and open space recreation. The Adirondack Park is unique in its intricate mixture of public and private lands. About 130,000 people live here year round in its 101 towns and villages. The harmonious blend of private and public lands give the Adirondacks a diversity found nowhere else ﾖ a diversity of open space and recreational lands, of wildlife and flora, of mountains and meadows, and people of all walks of life. The inclusion of human communities makes the park one of the great experiments in conservation in the industrialized world. The more than 3,000 lakes and thousands of miles of rivers and streams are protected landscape. Extensive tracts of old-growth forest is destined to remain ﾓforever wildﾔ according to the state constitution. Dozens of mountains tower over 4,000 feet with alpine summits home to rare arctic plants. And, in recent years, bald eagles, moose, and, by some accounts, mountain lions have reclaimed their original habitat.