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Road trip stop: New hiking routes in Adirondacks

When Hurricane Irene struck the northeastern U.S. last year, it created an unexpected benefit for hikers: new routes to climb in the Adirondacks. Flooding caused landslides that opened new paths in the backcountry near Cascade Mountain. Read the full story here.



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