Discover the Adirondack Mountains, Nature, Recreation & Stunning Natural Beauty

Restaurant Options close to The Alpine Lodge

*denotes Sharon and Greg’s personal favorites- all highly recommended! Most restaurants have weekly and seasonal variation in their schedules. North Creek/Johnsburg – barVino is a wine bar with “big wines, small plates” right next door farm-to-table top level cuisine, craft beers and great wine selection!  Marsha’s Family Restaurant is our local diner right next door….
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Wine and Dine

Unlimited evenings…dine at one of the areas best restaurants; The Friends Lake Inn, The Inn at Erlowest, Sagamore Hotel’s flagship dining room-The Trillium Bis and The Farmhouse at The Top of the world- check out the really excellent wine bar in North Creek- barVino…… Are you a foodie? Check out some local treasures; Nettle Meadow…
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Adirondack Guide to go-go-go!

If outdoor adventure is more your style- The Adirondacks are for you! DAY 1 – Canoe and Kayak either placid lake waters or class ll –V rapids! Rent a kayak and/or tour Lake George naturally with Lake George Kayak Company www.lakegeorgekayak.com (1-518-644-5295). Or take a flat water or whitewater canoe or kayak clinic with WILDWATERS …
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Museums and Antiquing

Cultural Opportunities abound as well. Lake George Opera Festival (518-793-3859) offers world class fully staged opera-in English.  The Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) features the Philadelphia Orchestra, New York City Ballet, and top name Artists in a magnificent covered amphitheatre. (518-587-3330). Adirondack Ensemble Chamber Music Series (518-251-5484). Lake George Dinner Theatre (518-668-5781) and lots of…
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Adirondack Golfing Galore

DAY 1-3 – From our lodging near Gore Mountain, there are multiple courses within 30 miles including; Wakely and Cedar River in Indian Lake, Green Mansions in Chestertown, and Cronin’s www.croninsgolfresort.com  in Warrensburg, the Donald Ross course at The Sagamore www.thesagamore.com , Top of the World www. topoftheworldgolfresort.com overlooking Lake George , and the Queensbury…
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History and Mountain Majesty

The history of the Adirondacks is rich in diversity. A battleground through at least 3 wars, the turf of loggers and miners, the vacation destination of Gilded Age magnates and home to two Winter Olympic Games, the depth and breadth of the region’s heritage is matched only by its scenery. DAY 1 – Adirondack Museum…
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