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State has plans to open upper Hudson forests

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Before the upper Hudson River roars down through the Adirondacks in bone-jarring whitewater, it flows south from Newcomb for 10 miles through deep forests in nearly tranquil water interspersed with stretches of mild and moderate rapids. In stages this spring and fall, the state plans to open to the public most of the wilderness along that stretch. Expected to follow are tracts the state is buying at the confluence of the Indian River and another ...

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