Part III of Peak Season Thanks to Dave Mackay and Steve Bartlett (and crew) for this week's post. Photos by Keith E. Morrison. Escape from NY Less Kurt Russell, more sneaky back roads New York, I love you, but sometimes the best part about you is leaving. By the time June rolls around, every man, woman, and child, is hopping on their electrified skateboard, instafacing their every move, and occupying every inch of city street. It’s also around this time that the novelty of riding
Part II of Peak Season Catch the first leaves. With Peak Season ramping up, the fall is a great time to enjoy the Adirondacks. Obviously, the foliage is one reason to enjoy this season – the blaze of color draws leaf peepers from all over – but it’s also a good time to try spot some local wildlife. Often referred to as the backyard of New York and Boston, the 6 million acres of Forever Wild Adirondacks is one of the largest boreal forests in the world.
Ask a Mainer when the best time to visit Maine is, and they’ll probably say September. The weeks after Labor Day, when the crowds thin out, the kids are back in school and the humidity swamp is drying out, are arguably the perfect time to explore the state. There’s no beating around the bush, the lobster is the star of the show here, but before you chow down those butter-soaked rolls, take a moment to enjoy the early fall’s other attractions. If you’
Peak Season with our CampKeepers Contrary to popular belief, the peak camping season isn’t necessarily the height of summer. With the fall comes cooler weather, changing leaves, and fewer crowds that make it perfect for spending a day exploring and a night cozying up next to a fire while gazing at the stars. For the next six weeks, The Tentrr Peak Season Fall Guide will focus on one region each week and highlight the incredible activities and events that are currently “peaking” in that area