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Select website links to our favorite Adirondack Activities on the Internet. Decide before you click with these high quality Text & Graphic links. The text which accompanies the graphic links ("in italics between quotes"), as well as the graphics themselves, are taken without change from the linked websites. [Fourpeaks connecting words & comments are in brackets.] For Fourpeaks Visitors: A Companion Page to our Fourpeaks Activities Nearby. CLICK & GO! (On this page.) Rich Garfield'sFly Fish the Adirondacks. Adirondack Visitor Interpretive Center, a quiet place with beautiful walks and family activities. Park Safari a special treat for kids. Northcountry Events Calendar, North Country Chamber of Commerce. Montreal, the Paris of North America, only 1-1/2 hours away, for a rainy day or before or after you visit us. Maybe the prettiest city in the world. Pendragon Theater, finest repertory in the provinces. A Northcountry "must visit!" About Fourpeaks Weather. orda.org Ski information and Summer biking fun and more. adkguide.com A searchable database for the Adirondacks. More Fourpeaks (Select) Link Pages. Your Fourpeaks Host helps navigate his webpage.
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Fly Fish the Adirondacks "is a full guide service, guiding the West Branch of the Ausable, the Saranac, the Salmon, the Chateaugay and the Raquette Rivers, also including still water reservoirs, and remote mountain streams. Some of the finest trout and warm water fishing can be found in Northeastern New York., The angling opportunities abound with possibilities of landing wild browns and rainbows along with the native brook trout, not to mention small mouth bass, northern pike and many more fish species. The Adirondack scenery is breathtaking and the angling adventures are endless. " (All photography viewed on Rich's site was shot in the region by himself, all pictures depict real situations viewed and experienced in the field. Richard is a New York State Licensed Guide #1235 since 1992 and a local resident of the area for more than two decades.) EMAIL CONTACT: email@example.com, RICHARD GARFIELD, PO BOX 1147, LAKE PLACID,NY 12946, 518.946.7063 (Home.)
Adirondack Visitor Interpretive Center "The Adirondack Park Agency operates a VIC at Newcomb. Open year-round, the facility serves as an environmental education center, offering miles of scenic, surfaced trails that feature signage explaining the local ecology. From lectures on bear behavior, to orienteering classes to maple sugaring outings to packbasket weaving workshops, the Interpretive Center offers more than 150 public programs annually, many of them free. Summer at the Center features regularly scheduled interpretive trail walks, the Junior Naturalists series, astronomy classes and evening explorations. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, Oct. 1 through May 31, and from 9 am to 7 pm, June 1 through Sept. 30. Admission is free. Located on Rt. 28N, 14 miles east of Long Lake, phone: 518-582-2000."[APA also operates a second VIC at Paul Smiths.]
"Parc Safari" is more than 800 animals, representing more than 80 different species. But, if there is one aspect of Parc Safari that makes it unique it is theAnimal Reserves, where one can come face to face with various species of animals from the four corners of the world. Become a Jungle Explorer, as your vehicle is transformed into an all terrain jeep as you pass through Africa, Eurasia and the Americas. The animals in this jungle come right up to your vehicle to be fed, touched and photographed. Discover nature, not only visually, but also by touch and feel. This unique family experience is what makes Parc Safari`s Animal Reserves a truly unforgettable adventure. There is only one Parc Safari and only one corner of Africa and it is right here in the heart of Quebec."
Northcountry Events Calendar. "Travel and business information for the Plattsburgh, Lake Champlain,Adirondack Region. Near Montreal, Quebec; Burlington, Vermont; Lake Placid,New York - in the Adirondack Mountains and on the Shores of Lake Champlain. Information on Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, Dining, Shopping, Vacation travel, Accommodations, Economic Development and more."
Visit Montreal. "Without exaggeration, Montréal is the festival capital of the world. Come summer, you can't make a move without giving yourself over to a festival, street party or celebration of one kind or another. Of course, being an enlightened cultural metropolis, Montréal offers its visitors an enviable combination of both top-dollar talent and literally free-for-all entertainment that spills out into the streets. What a party. What a summer. What a city." [Worth the trip in any season. Our favorites: Montreal Botanical Garden (biggest and best in the world), Montreal Insectariam (in the gardens, Summer only), The Biodome (at Pie IX near the gardens), Old Town plus numerous historical museums, an wonderful archeological museum, theaters, restaurants and a clean, efficient Metro, etc.]
"In 1998, Pendragon Theatre celebrated its 17th Anniversary. For a long
time we have been bringing professional theatre to the Adirondack Region
of New York. In recognition of that we received the Governor's Arts
Award (in 1994) which rewards excellence in the arts in New York State."
[From A Chronological History of Pendragon performances
1980 to present, a few titles from a long distinguished list:
A Streetcar Named Desire
HOT L Baltimore
The Lady's Not For Burning
The Caucasian Chalk Circle
A Shayna Maidel
The Importance of Being Earnest
The Cherry Orchard
The Glass Menagerie
The Diary of Anne Frank
Dancing At Lughnasa
All My Sons
Waiting for Godot
Dial M for Murder
The Importance of Being Earnest
The Three Penny Opera
A Doll's House.]
Pendragon Theater, 148 River Street, Saranac Lake, NY 12983 *
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