In Search Of The Perfect Adirondack Mountain View

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Fall color reflected in Giant's Washbowl in New York's Adirondack Mountains. (David Sommerstein/NCPR)

It’s the peak of fall foliage color in much of the northeastern U.S. — and it is gorgeous.

Two reporters with Here & Now contributor North Country Public Radio decided to go deep in their search for the most beautiful autumn scenery. Brian Mann and David Sommerstein trekked more than 12 miles into a wild corner of New York’s Adirondack Mountains. Here’s their audio postcard.


Brian Mann, Adirondack bureau chief for North Country Public Radio. He tweets @BrianMannADK.

David Sommerstein, North Country Public Radio reporter, assistant news director. He tweets @davidncpr.

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