The Woods Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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. ...
Once we heard that the Fall colors were at their peak in the Adirondack Mountains, we just had to take a drive up. Over the years we have spent countless long weekends and memorable vacations in the rugged Adirondacks and wanted to check out the colors. Those in the ...
... the hill to a historic breakfast. Oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar, pancakes with butter and warm maple syrup, eggs to order and Bacon. Now, I have always said that, if left to my own devices, I could eat a pound of bacon. On this epic morning, there was no rasher rationing. Our platter remained piled with crispy strips. It was a bacon bonanza. I did not hold back. I did not watch to ...
... to call AAA, located several hours away. Shucks, we did not want to miss our Hemlock Hall feast. Maura stayed at the car with the jumper cables draped hopefully around her neck. I ran back to the gift shop to ask the straggling shoppers if they would help us. The only people left were two ancient couples. With their canes in hand, limping along at a snail's pace, I asked if they would give us a ...
... bike until lunchtime, then meet up with Maura for sightseeing. We wanted to leisurely enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains, their glacial etched lakes and the historic villages nestled in the valleys.
Today's route transitioned from the Lake Ontario plain and surged up and down as I reached the Adirondack ...