Dad & daughter enjoying their first day of the season 11/22/14!
This is Olavi rolling trails Thursday, November 20! Ski trails are not yet open, but with another 2″ we will be able to open 5km of our easiest trails on the east side of the system. Accuweather calls for squalls Friday evening with a 1 – 3″ snow accumulation possible. If we are able to open trails, bring older skis. No rentals, lessons or food service. Complimentary hot beverages & fresh-baked cookies will be offered during our Annual Open House Saturday & Sunday. Please check our Snow Condition Report for updates.
Better yet, sign up to receive our snow condition reports www.laplandlake.com/conditions-report.htm…and wear your jammies inside-out for snow!
Snow is here! Olavi & Viima are so happy! Open House this weekend 11/22 & 23! 30% off all new skis & ski packages, 10% off all other merchandise, grand door prize, free 10am Reindeer Rally for kids & free 3:30pm hour-long wax/ski care clinic & more! Less than 2 weeks remain to purchase discounted Season Pass Memberships. Details online!
A coating of snow greeted us this morning with some more snow in the forecast Monday & Monday night! A hint of things to come!
A chance of snow showers is appearing in our forecast Thursday, Friday, Sunday & Monday! Time to purchase your Lapland Lake Winter Season Pass Membership. If purchased by 11/30 individual rate is just $170, senior 65+ just $160. For the 7th consecutive year, all jrs. 17 & under in your family receive free Memberships when at least one parent purchases a 2014-15 Membership. Rates increase 12/1. Process your Membership easily online at www.laplandlake.com
Flurries are in the air! Annual Open House Sat & Sun 11/22-23! 30% off all new in-stock x-c skis & ski packages, 10% off all other retail merchandise (sale items excluded). Grand prize drawing for choice of any new pair of skis in stock or a 2014-15 Season Pass Membership. Free Reindeer Rally for kids; wax/ski care tips session; coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cookies; book signing with Spencer Morrissey author of Adirondack Skier.
Autumn is one of our favorite seasons here in the Adirondacks! Crisp fall temperatures are perfect for hiking and biking. Woods Lake is completely serene and ideal for kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Explore the region’s restaurants, farm stands, antique shops and museums. Return for a soothing visit to our authentic Finnish wood-fired sauna. Enjoy an evening relaxing by your tupa’s fire pit gazing at the dazzling star-filled sky! Book your amazing stay with us soon!
With gorgeous sunshine & crisp fall temperatures in our forecast this week, even these turkeys know to rush to Lapland Lake for 20% off lodging rates! As low as $112/night midweek & $132/night weekend covers up to four guests nightly ($50 each add’l adult, $25 ea add’l child ages 6-17, under 6 free). 70-acre spring-fed lake with private beach, free use of kayaks, canoes, rowboats, paddle boat, Finnish wood-fired sauna & 30-mile private hiking & biking trail network. Reserve your tupa (cozy housekeeping cottage) fast before these turkeys beat you to it! Even a turkey couldn’t “fowl up” a deal like this!
If you love crisp, tart apples. If you love crisp, sweet apples. If you’d like to pick these apples yourself, come to the Adirondacks.
Picking apples at one of several apple tree farms in the region is an activity the whole family can enjoy, from toddlers (they can pick up good apples that have fallen to the ground), to teens, to Mom and Dad, on up to grandparents. Apple picking makes for a good second or third date (you can tell a lot about a person depending on if he loves sweet apples or she prefers them tart), as well as something to do before or after picking the perfect pumpkin, making your own scarecrow, and eating apple pie fresh out of the oven. Continue reading