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Exceptional Mountain Views from the Chalet.
Handicap Access (1 step into house): first floor 2 twin beds across from bathroom. Loft (open to stairs to living room) is large with futon, queen, and twin plus a lavatory. Ground level has twin/single (2) off a sleeping, family room area with TV (bunk beds and futon (2), full bath and laundry area . Also there is a clean, modern laundramat down the hills on the way to Town on the right (Adirondack One-Stop). s
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Baby gate/lower levelBaby gate/lower level
Pets allowed - Fee charged ($15./night/pet.)Fee charged ($15./night/pet.)
No smoking - OK outside on decks.OK outside on decks.
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter: 18
- Pet Fee $15 night/per pet. Trash bagged in receptacle by road:clean recycles in garage.Linens not provided, without an agreement: $5.00/person extra.
Short walk to town ice rink and activity hut . State Scenic Overlook up the hill.
Snowmobile paradise. February Winter Festival. Cross-country/sleding right on property. Gore Mountain/Garnet Hill 25 minute drive. White Water Capital - Indian River to the Hudson. Hiking, mountain climbing, fishing at hand. Three lakes nearby. Adirondack Museum in Blue Mt. Lake (part of Indian Lake). November hunting parties reserve early. Hamlet of Indian Lake has supermarket, country store, gift shops, sporting goods store, restaurants. There is something sporting to do at every season. Mall shoppers, forget it!!
About Roberta McColl
Our Indian Lake camping/fishing/hiking family purchased Indian Ridge Chalet, an all-year-round vacation house because we wanted to be able to go up for "white water" rafting in the spring, cross-country (Garnet Hill), downhill (Gore Mountain), snow-mobiling and spectacular fall foliage This area has something to do every season, pristine lakes everywhere, a Town skating rink up the hill, boating and biking plus the world acclaimed Adirondack Museum (regional museum) in a part of our town called Blue Mountain Lake (part of Indian Lake) .
Roberta McColl purchased this chalet in 1987
Why Roberta McColl chose Indian Lake
It is user friendly, especially for extended families as it can accommodate 10 adults plus a few kids!? It is well equipped and furnished without being slick and fussy. Had a Connecticut sculptor do an "Adirondack Wildlife Totem Pole" from a troubled spruce tree stump about 14 feet tall at entry-way. A wild meadow garden is part of the entry path. The property is on one of the Designated Views in the Park, It is private, yet easy access to Town. The picnic area has a small "farm" pond for the wildlife with an authentic Adirondack lean-to, picnic table, and fire-pit with wood provided.
What makes this chalet unique
The mountain views from the Chalet are quite exceptional. (The Bullhead Mountain Range and Siamese Pond Wilderness area) Central location in the ADIRONDACK PARK. ( The largest public park in the USA). We are about 40 minutes from Lake George (lots to do and see there) and about 1.5 hour drive to the Lake Placid area . Local lakes are Indian Lake (canoe and boat rentals and super camping areas), Lewey Lake, Adirondack Lake, and Lake Abanakee.