The thrill of snowmobiling
Great Fall Birding!

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I've been there many times and the view is nice . You can the whole St.Regis Canoe Area and the rest of the adirondack park area near the mountain. The newly renovated fire tire is beautiful too .

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Author:Kim Andresen
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The thrill of snowmobiling
Great Fall Birding!

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