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Winter is early this year!

Winter in the Adirondacks Lapland Lake is a stunning winter wonderland, and over 100 very excited skiers & snowshoers were here to enjoy winter on Friday! We have received 13 – 15″ of new snow since Wednesday!

We have early season conditions on 10km of trails which are machine groomed but not trackset. Easier trails which are open include Lake Trail, Vasa, Era Polku & the Practice Field.

More difficult trails open are Kippis, Joki & Sisu. 12km of snowshoe trails and one of our junior tubing hills are open as well. Trails open Saturday at 9am.

Ski trail surface is packed powder. Base averages 2 – 6″. The ground was wet when the snow fell. As such, snow is melting from underneath, and there are a few wet spots. There will be portions of the trails with a full 6″ depth and other portions – under trees, out in the open – where the depth will be less. If you have a choice, bring older or rock skis.

Ski,  snowshoe & tube rentals are available. Facility use for those without Season Pass Memberships is $10.

Saturday is expected to be cloudy with a high of 28.

Quick notes: 30% off all new in-stock skis and ski packages

This was the offer for last weekend’s Open House, but so many of you thought Open House was this coming weekend, we are extending the discount through Sunday.

We will offer free hot chocolate, coffee and tea Saturday and Sunday, but there will be no food service, so please pack your turkey day leftovers! Lessons are expected to get underway 12/6.

If you plan to ski & snowshoe 8 times this season, a Lapland Lake Season Pass Membership is a good investment. If you purchase before midnight Sunday, you will save $30 per person.

Additionally, all children in your family ages 17 & under receive free Memberships when at least one parent purchases a 2014-15 Season Pass Membership!


Apple Picking and Fall Festivals in the Adirondacks

Apple Picking in the AdirondacksIf 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

Northville, NY: The Quaint Location of Lapland Lake

Northville, New YorkLapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center is located in the tiny town of Northville, NY, one that calls a “true Adirondack village.” Right on the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake, Northville provides residents and visitors alike the opportunity to go sailing, fishing, boating, hiking, bicycling, and golfing in spring, summer and fall, and ice fishing, skiing and snowmobiling in winter.

Northville was first settled by Europeans around 1786 (although some areas south were settled earlier, around or about 1762). Native Americans lived in the area for centuries prior to the Europeans’ arrival. Continue reading

Maple Sugar, Candy & Syrup

mapleMaple sugar: the very term conjures up visions of bundling up in warm clothes, hiking in a forest and then “tapping” a maple tree for its delicious sap.

It’s evocative of Vermont and the New York Adirondacks in late winter and early spring. Skiing. Sledding. Ice Skating. Hot chocolate in front of a crackling fire.

Used as a traditional sweetener in the Eastern part of the U.S. and Canada, maple sugar was first used by Native Americans. It came to be known to European settlers for the first time when the second merchant ship built in the English Colonies (Blessing of the Bay) carried the sweetener to New Amsterdam (on the southern tip of Manhattan Island) from the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1631. Continue reading

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