In the Adirondacks, we are actively purchasing land and working with other organizations to create the Split Rock Wildway. When completed, the Wildway will provide habitat connectivity for animals moving from Lake Champlain to the Adirondack High Peaks to Canada. These natural spaces also benefit the surrounding human communities by preserving open space and promoting ecotourism.
Check out (click on) the map to the right to explore Eddy lands in the Champlain Valley area, more information, including public access and trail information, coming soon!
LANDS protected as 'forever WILD'
Eddy Lands are open to the public for quiet recreation.
800+ acres. Includes its serene namesake, Parch Pond, plus beaver flows and brooks against a dramatic backdrop of the 200+ foot tall Broughton Ledges, where Peregrine Falcon nest. Climbers consider the ledges one of the Northeast’s greatest “undeveloped” crag systems.
~500 acres. Panoramic views north, east, and south, and adjacent to Northeast Wilderness Trust lands. Several CATS trails to explore rock outcrops with prime habitat for bobcats and other basking mammals and reptiles. Look for beech trees with bear claw marks and interior forest songbirds.
~100 acres, featuring waterfalls, hemlock-shaded pools, beaver meadows, Black Ash swamp, mossy ledges, mature hardwood/hemlock forest, and a Champlain Area Trails (CATs) trail.