Lake George Land Conservancy books:
12 Short Hikes near Lake George is an Adirondack explorer guidebook by Phil Brown, “If you’re looking for a hike that won’t take all day or sap all your strength, 12 short hikes near Lake George will help.
Phil Brown, former editor of the Adirondack Explorer newsmagazine, has selected a dozen hikes in the vicinity of Lake George that can be done in a few hours. They lead to Summit, lookouts, backcountry ponds, and wild rivers. These are ideal outings for families and novice hikers or anyone who wants a quick dose of wilderness.
They include detailed trail descriptions, stunning photos, hand-drawn maps, trail head directions, GPS coordinates, historical tidbits, a bonus hike, and they fit in your pocket.
12 short hikes on preserves near Lake George is an Adirondack Explorer guidebook by Mike Lynch.
if you’re looking for a hike that will take you to ecologically important and scenic places in the lake George watershed, 12 short hikes on preserves near Lake George is for you. Mike Lynch, a writer and photographer with the Adirondack Explorer, has selected a dozen hikes in the vicinity of Lake George that can be done in a few hours. Inside this book you’ll find trips to wetlands that are home to Beaver lodges, Hemlock forests, pristine shorelines and viewpoints of Lake George. There are great outings for nature lovers, families, and novice hikers or anyone who wants to escape into the woods for a short while. The book includes detailed trail descriptions stunning photos hand-drawn maps, Trail head directions GPS coordinates information on land conservation short facts and it fits in your pocket.