Come along as GreatOutdoors.com editor Peter Potterfield, author of Classic Hikes of the World, cranks some miles on New York City's unique High Line. Here is a walking route on a former elevated railway that winds through wildflowers and native grasses, passes through buildings, and offers great views of the Hudson River.
Eleven out-the-backdoor snow stashes where winter's worst is the main attraction.
New York's Jackrabbit Trail in Adirondack State Park is a multi-activity, multi-season destination.
The Jackrabbit Trail through New York's Adirondack Mountains is adjacent to an outdoor sports lodge and the center of year-round outdoor fun.
Granite islands of Maine, the easy flowing California River, Colorado whitewater, the Hudson River Gorge and Wisconsin's playful Wolf.
Tick off the ice routes on this list and you will have sampled Northeast ice climbing at its very best.