Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Adirondack Park Facts



Here are a few more pictures taken on our road trip Sunday.  If you don't know these are the Adirondack Mountains.  The Adirondack Park is about 6.1 million acres here in New York.  There are no marked boundaries or gate or any fees to enter the park.  The Adirondack Park is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Glacier, Grand Canyon and the Great Smokies combined.  It is the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi.   42 percent of the park is protected by the state constitution as forever wild, which is 2.6 million acres. 

Hope you all had a great day.

11 comments:

Crystal said...

That's so great they are protecting it, and even better no fees to use it. I watched a show the other day and they were searching for Sasquatches there, but didn't realize how big it really is.

5 Starr's Farm said...

WOW !!! Had No Idea How Big it Was.
"BEAUTIFUL"

Jeffro said...

Bee-Yoooo-Tee-Full!!!

Mappy said...

Sunday was a good day !!!!
Love you !!!
My Sweet Pea !!!!!
Mappy

Far Side of Fifty said...

Beautiful! I had no idea it was so large!
Night Time Photography in a nutshell.
Aperature 4.0
Iso 100
Shutter Speed 2 seconds
Use a tripod or support your camera on a rock..fence post etc..
Release shutter gently to avoid camera shake. Increase shutter speed to 3 seconds or 4 seconds if you did not like the results of the first setting...experiment!! :)

lisa said...

Thank you Connie!

Shirley said...

Some beautiful fall colours there. Do they hallow horseback riding there? Seems like a great place to go trail riding.

Alouise said...

Lovely. Mom

Terry and Linda said...

WOW!!!!

Linda
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lisa said...

Shirley, Yes, they do allow horseback riding, there is actually around 65 acres of land that can be ridden on.

Wally Jones said...

I'm a native of "two-seasons" land - brown and green (Florida). I did live in Syracuse for a year and your pictures reminded me how beautiful the area is. Thank you!

- Wally