New York's Adirondack Adventure

Our Adirondack cycle tour will be staying at two properties over the course of five nights. For the first three nights we’ll stay at the Ampersand Bay Resort overlooking Lower Saranac Lake. Next we head to Lake Placid for our final two nights, where we’ll be staying in the Lake House overlooking Mirror Lake.

Ampersand Bay Resort
Saranac Lake (3 nights)

  • Lodgings for nights #1-3 (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday)
  • Overlooking Lower Saranac Lake, the Ampersand Bay Resort enjoys over 1,000 ft of waterfront property, including a beach area with lounge chairs
  • Each group (couple, family, or two friends traveling together) get their own private luxury suite with three bedrooms and three bathrooms
  • The private suites have Great-Camp-style furnishings in combination with modern amenities such as gas fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, waterfall shower, full kitchen, blender, refrigerator, coffee maker, granite countertops, air conditioning, washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi. And did we mention that each suite has its own private balcony and porch!
  • Free use of canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, and SUPs. Explore the many islands and quiet bays, follow the call of the loons, or paddle over to admire the Great Camp at Knollwood
  • Enjoy bonfires on the beach and a sunset happy hour on the pontoon boat

The Lake House of High Peaks Resort
Lake Placid (2 nights)

  • Lodgings for nights #4, 5 (Wednesday, Thursday)
  • Overlooking Mirror Lake, the Lake House is located in the town of Lake Placid, and within easy walking distance of all shopping and dining options
  • The Lake House is a newly-renovated hotel with modern, rustic aesthetic. In-room amenities include high definition flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi, coffee maker, balcony or patio
  • Facilities at the Lake House include two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center, game room, salon & spa, restaurant, and a bar (happy hour begins at 4:00 pm)
  • Free use of kayaks, row boats, and paddle boats for exploring Mirror Lake

Late August is a great time of year to visit the Adirondacks. The crowds are gone and the weather is still warm – perfect for biking, hiking, and kayaking. If you wish to join our August tour, please contact us soon.