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What is the highest waterfall in New York State and only 1 1/2 hours from Manhattan?

Where is the abandoned 400 foot trolley bridge that was brought back to life with soil nine feet deep and a garden of flowers and trees that attracts 20,000 visitors a year? Hint: it spans the Deerfield River in Massachusetts.

Which side of the ridge in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks allows cooking fires and bear bags? Which common tree species in the Adirondacks is the worst tree to hang a food bag and that will surely be climbed by the local black bear?


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