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Adirondack State Park

Listed under National Parks in US East Coast, United States.

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The Adirondack State Park is a six-million-acre chunk of land in northern New York, larger than Yellowstone and Yosemite combined, and unique in the diversity of its terrain. The scenery--rugged peaks, pastoral countryside, wild backcountry, and quaint lakeside hamlets--is stunning in all corners of the park.'

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very beauthful I wish I could go I like to see more photos of arks

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