Noah John Rondeau

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ELIZABETHTOWN | For a half-century, climbers of “trailless” mountains in the High Peaks could usually, but not always, find a metal cylinder strapped to a tree with the name of the corresponding peak stenciled on the side. Read more

The Sun


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ELIZABETHTOWN | The legacy of Adirondack hiking clubs, the ranges and reach they admire — and trails they cherish — are celebrated in a permanent new Adirondack History Museum exhibit. Read more

The Sun

It took a rainy weekend during black fly season in the mid-1990s for David Greene to decipher the “scratchings of an inebriated hen,” as the code written in Noah John Rondeau’s journals was called by a close friend of the Cold Water Hermit. Read more

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On a frigid winter’s morning in 1947, a state helicopter touched down in a secluded Adirondack forest. The goal wasn’t to rescue a lost hiker or injured hunter, but rather to pick up a soon-to-be celebrity on his first visit to New York City. Read more

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