Ship Graveyard in NYC

If you’re ever in the NYC area and are looking for a place to do some kayaking, the Staten Island Ship Graveyard seems like the perfect spot.  I love seeing old decaying stuff and these turn of the century boats stuck in an old shipyard are simply awesome.  I’m kinda anxious to take a paddle trip through the middle of them, but I probably never will.

Check em out in the gallery below!

This Week in Links

Genesee Valley Hiking Group (GVHG)
Meetup group for the Genesee Valley Hiking Group.
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Robert Thurman: Hiking In The Catskills
Weekend Hiking Retreat in the Catskills this summer
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FLT/NCT – Mount Washington
A section of the Finger Lakes trail including a different sort of Mount Washington
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Area blessed with plentiful places for boating
Great article by the D&C talking about all the great places the Rochester area has to offer when it comes to boating, paddling or otherwise.
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Kayaking on Lake George
Information for kayaking on Lake George NY
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New York Camping Guide 2010
A guide on camping in New York with lots of information on the State Campgrounds.
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Hiking Little Rock City
Some details about Hiking in the Little Rock City NY area.
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This Week in Links

Allegheny 100 Challenge
100 mile hiking challenge on June 18th
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Turkey Run-in on Finger Lakes Trail
Hiker tells of his run-in with a turkey on Finger Lakes Trail last weekend
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Hiker Alert
Advice to help you not get your vehicle towed or ticketed!
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Hiking Trails in Niagara Falls
List of some trails available in the Niagara Falls, NY area
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6th Great Adirondack Trail Run
The 11.5 & 3.5 mile charity runs will take place June 19th in the Adirondack High Peak area
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Cornwall Bridge to US Rte 7

Appalachian Trail Section Hike description by the Section Hiker
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Northern Forest Canoe Trail by Jeffrey Liebel
Overview of a talk given by Jeffrey Liebel about the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
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