Gorgeous photographs of one of America's most beloved park and vacation destinations.
The six million acres of the Adirondack Park in northern New York State is one of the largest protected parks in the United States. Treasured for its awe-inspiring mountain views, breathtaking lake vistas and diverse wildlife, the park is home to black bears, white-tailed deer, common loons, bald eagles, beavers, coyotes, trout, landlocked salmon and other wildlife. Its forests contain hardwood and softwood trees, including maple, beech, balsam fir and pine. Scenic trails, historic homes and forts and numerous campgrounds attract millions of tourists each year.
In this superb publication, James Kraus expresses his deep connection to this landscape by sharing his most compelling and beautiful photographs. Personal introductions to each section and intriguing and informative captions capture the exciting spirit of this spectacular nature reserve.
Residents, visitors and general readers will treasure this book, the result of a lifelong love affair with one of America's most beautiful parks.