Lake George centers in so many of our minds as the setting of James Fennimore Cooper’s classic novel “Last of the Mohicans”. From Fort William Henry at the south end of the lake to Fort Ticondaroga in the north the area was fought over by the English Americans and French along with their various real and fictional Indian allies for more then a century. In this view one can see the Lake and some of the hundred or so islands that dot its length. A century ago this mountain top was part of a large private estate that included a cable-car system that brought family members to its summit. Those days are gone, but there is a wonderfully wide trail that leads from the road to the summit.
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