Blue Mountain Lake
Located in the heart of the Adirondack Park and easily accessible from Saranac, Albany, and Montreal airports, the property borders three pristine spring-fed lakes of the Eckford chain: Blue Mountain Lake, Eagle Lake, and Utowana. Neighboring villages of Indian Lake, Long Lake, and Inlet offer a host of local merchants, farmers' markets, and services within a 10-mile radius. The Adirondacks are renowned for the outdoors and year-round sports & recreation, from climbing high peaks to canoeing 5000 lakes and downhill skiing Gore or Whiteface Mountains. The backcountry wilderness – in one of the biggest US wilderness areas – offers thousands of miles of cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and endless hiking.
Blue Mountain Lake is a rural hamlet in the town of Indian Lake of Hamilton County, New York, at the intersection of New York Routes 28, 28N and 30. Blue Mountain Lake also refers to the lake on the banks of which the hamlet is situated. Blue Mountain Lake is about 90 miles (140 km) north of Utica and about 90 miles (140 km) northwest of Albany. The place is named after the mountain peak, Blue Mountain.