NY Times: The 46 Places to Go in 2013

Today, not so much Antarctica focused. To usher in the new year, the New York Times has published its list of “The 46 Places to Go in 2013“. What a great list, and amazing photography. Let’s go knock some of these off our lists!


Here’s how I’m doing so far:

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One response to “NY Times: The 46 Places to Go in 2013”

  1. The “Gunks” are not in the Adirondacks — they are a series of lImestone cliffs popular for rock climbing in the lower Hudson Valley just west of New Paltz, NY, about an hour north of NYC. While both offer unique qualities of natural beauty and recreational opportunities, they are very different and distinct in geology and ecological characteristics — both equally deserving of comprehensive exploration. The Adirondacks, which are well north of Albany and extend to the Canadian border and the St. Lawrence River Valley, are best explored in late summer or early fall after the black flies have run their course, and the Gunks are probably at their finest in the early spring as the Hudson Valley greens up, or mid to late October when the fall foliage is at its peak.