Garnet Hill Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Garnet Hill Lodge North River
Travel Blogs from North River
... and camp set up, I am confident Alex now has the skills to do well in the woods on his own. Tired, we retired to the tent and watched a movie we rented along the way. Nothing like watching a good suspense drama in pitch dark woods to peek your senses all night. Alex, please don't stab me with our knife if I go out to pee in the ...
One a trip organized by the Mount Holyoke Outing club, I climbed my first hike ever! Day one we climbed Owls peak, approximately a 4 hours hike. Day 2, we climbed Mt. Phelps (the 36th/46th highest peaks in the Adirondacks) took almost 8-9 hours. It was certainly worth the view at the top, more so at Owls Peak due to the foliage. Although, Mount Phelps truly felt like an accomplishment with it being such an excruciating and long hike. ...
... mountains. At the top they have a huge parking area where you have to park and take a shuttle van up to the actual summit. The viewpoints along the way were nice and the road was wide enough so it wasn't nearly as harrowing as the drive up Mt Washington. Mom was thankful for that and so was I. Before we made the drive up the mountain I tried to get down to the actual lake to get ...
... short drive off the main road. Very pretty and very easy walk off the road.
We eventually ended up at Lake Champlain where we crossed the bridge and took a short walk to see the Lake Champlain lighthouse. Normally I think you could drive back to it but it was blocked off due to the season closing of the camping area. But the visitor center was still open and a very sweet lady chatted with us and directed us on how to walk to see the lighthouse. Again ...
... that “crevices are your friend”. Wedging shoe and hand in crevices we ascended upward. Only at one juncture did Casey’s acrophobia (and common sense) kick in. With the encouragement of fellow hikers and the loan of a stout walking stick, Casey grabbed the stick and using the awesome power of her new P90X upper body strength, pulled herself up over the immense bolder standing between her and victory at the top. (No snapshots were ...