Such is the spirit of assistance in this country that when problems exist on one coast, help can come from the other coast.
That has been the case as California and the Pacific Northwest have been hit by extended droughts, and inevitably, out of control fires. Over the summer, the state of Oregon put out the call for help in fighting those fires and New York was one of the eastern states to respond.
In that New York group was a member of the maintenance crew at the Mirror Lake Inn.
Although the weather remains mild in Lake Placid and surrounding areas, we know that eventually the temps will turn and so will the leaves. It’s that time of the year when, magically, the green of summer changes to the red and orange of fall foliage.
Peak fall foliage in Lake Placid hits in mid October
Kaileigh Moore, a former member of the Mirror Lake Inn’s front desk team, can’t wait for this time of the year. It’s her fav, by her own admission.
Kaileigh knows all the right spots for hiking into the changing fall foliage, and recently wrote what amounts to a white paper on foliage in this part of the world. She was gracious enough to let us share her insights with our audience.
Click into her world.
The Whiteface Club and Resort in Lake Placid, N.Y. has always prided itself in the work of its gardeners and landscapers. Those efforts have paid off with the resort recently winning the Best Garden / commercial division in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise newspaper.
The AAA Four Diamond Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa and the Whiteface Club and Resort are sister properties in Lake Placid, sharing the same vision of world class guest service and aesthetically appealing presentations.