Comfort Inn Lake Placid
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Travel Blogs from Lake Placid
Can't believe we're camping on the shores of Lake Champlain!!! We've had incredible experiences in this area of New York. This state continues to keep us on our toes!! We had an amazing hike through the Ausable Chasm where the river was rushing through a canyon of steep walls with incredible force (especially after several big storms the days before our visit.
Then yesterday we took a drive into the Adirondack mountains & rode our first gondola up the slope ...
... the heavy rains over the past week. Boulders and tree roots exposed everywhere. Mud up to our ankles was very common on the trail. Just leaping from boulder to wet boulder was a challenge. . It was mainly uphill and quite the work out! We passed Marcy’s Dam where loggers once used to dam to control their logging procedures long ago (now washed away by a heavy flood and never repaired). The trail ended at Avalanche Lake with a beautiful view of the ...
... Thank you. The new structures are mostly camouflaged in the woods and you can’t see them from the lake. There are still no motors allowed on it at any time except for one motorized skiff in case of emergency with a watercraft or swimmer.
Some of the Scouts have wondered about the beautiful new outhouse that has been built among the camping sites. It has a gold-colored “2” on it by the door. Most of them think that’s because ...
So the time had finally come for us to cross the border and say good bye to the beautiful and friendly Canadian people. There was some apprehension I will admit. We had our story straight, had a travel destination and had all required passports at the ready. We were two Australian residents, driving a car purchased and insured in British Columbia heading into New York State to visit for less than 90 days. We had a flight out of the country and had enough money to look after ...
... The Park Ranger was a Red Sox fan and provided some local stories.One was that feral dogs roamed the park area and so in the morning they became noisy. We usually got up early enough to start on trail ahead of the summer heat and the groups that may also be hiking. So any noise was not a hinderance to rest. As an aside , managed to hike half the 46 peaks. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking