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The Iroquois Indians called the land between Lake George and Lake Champlain Cheonderoga, meaning "place between two waters."
At the northern tip of the Adirondack High Peaks Region, Mount Marcy, Algonquin, Colden, and Whiteface scale the sky.
In 1901, Teddy Roosevelt rushed out of the Tahawus Club in the Adirondacks and raced by carriage over rough woods roads to the now historic North Creek train station.
In the southeast foothills of the Adirondacks, near the city of Glen Falls, the Hudson River turns sharply in its 315-mile journey through New York State.
Rising dramatically thirty feet above the waters of Lake Champlain, Split Rock Mountain was known to the native Abenaki as Tobapsqua, "the pass through the rock."
Carved by a glacier, the 450-acre Henderson Lake lies on the 9,646-acre Tahawus tract, southern gateway to the legendary Adirondack High Peaks Region.