Albany is known for its rich history, commerce, culture, architecture, and institutions of higher education.
Albany hosts many outdoor festivals each year, including the annual Tulip Fest each spring.
Albany is located on a steep hill at the confluence of the Mohawk and Hudson rivers in the east-central region of New York State. Along with rivers and lakes, thick wooded forests and tree covered mountains provided a plethora of scenic adventures. 22 square miles.
Average high and low: 83 degrees in July; 15 degrees in January. Average precipitation per year: 40 of rain; 52 inches of snow.
Go to Meetup.com to connect with a local group and see all the scheduled events
Search for your local Facebook group to connect with your outdoor loving neighbors
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