Gold Mountain Chalet Resort

P.O. Box # 456, Spring Glen, New York, 12483, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on P.O. Box # 456, Spring Glen.
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    Travel Blogs from Spring Glen

    Hudson and Catskill Mountains

    A travel blog entry by mgsaulis on Aug 09, 2014

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    We had a beautiful warm summer day to do a 50 mile cruise down a section of the Hudson River. The Catskill Mountains were in our western view most of the way. We took on about 120 gallons of Valvtech Diesel about halfway. While swimming in the refreshing pool we met a nice couple on the Rainbow Connection from Coxackie NY. They brought us fresh made brownies and pleasant conversation after dinner. ...

    FDR and Eleanor

    A travel blog entry by lcjohnson on Jul 21, 2014

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    Drove to FDR's home, museum and Presidential library. Along the way saw Bannerman's Castle. He was a munitions dealer in the 1940's. Drove through Sleep Hollow, NY but no Ickabod.
    The FDR estate was beautiful just undergoing a 35 Million dollar renovation last year. His house is well preserved and the museum is full of artifacts. We didn't get to see Val-Kill or top cottage, two other ...

    Day 23 - Finally home

    A travel blog entry by bundy2slo on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... Mt. Rushmore, Lake Powell and Yellowstone. Mt. Rushmore was awesome because it was so big. Lake Powell was awesome because we got to go on a speedboat. Yellowstone was awesome because there were so many animals.

    DYLAN"S THOUGHTS

    I loved Lake Powell. I really liked the speedboat, but I also liked looking at the mountains and canyon walls surrounding it. I think it was cool how the lake is only separated from ...

    Directionally challenged? Perhaps!

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jun 29, 2014

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    We started off by meeting at the gas station this morning between Concord and St Johnsbury, Vermont. I led the way onto I 93 South trying to make our way to I 91 South, but apparently you have to go North on I 93, so after 40 kms, we realized we were headed South East instead of the desired South Westerly direction of choice. We rode to Plymouth and had a late breakfast and then crossed on hwy 25 and 25 A ...

    Up the Hudson River to Kingston

    A travel blog entry by justasplash on Jun 28, 2014

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    Left Croton on Hudson at 10:00 AM. Kathy, Kevin and Cheryl went up the river while Paul took Kathy's car and drove to Kingston. On the river we passed some beautiful homes and landscapes. Passed by West Point with all of its many building. Saw several small light houses on the upper section of the river. Spending the night at the Kingston Municipal ...