Departs from 15 Allens Alley.
(Docks located at The Chateua On The Lake)
Boat heads North under the Sagamore bridge (Green Island).
Proceeds through the Narrows, making our way across the lake to the east shore line, passing Black Mountain Point.
Continuing north through the mother bunch, making our way to the most northern part of Lake George. Rogers Rock.
Heads back south on east shore line, making our return by Silver Bay, through the "dollar islands," making our way by the Tongue Mountain shoreline, rounding Sagamore Hotel.
Rogers Rock, derives its name from an English Colonial fighter during the French and Indian War named Robert Rogers. Legend says that Major Rogers fled from his Indian pursuers to the top of what was called Mt. Pelee, above Trout Brook, where a cliff slopes abruptly into the waters of Lake George undreds of feet below. One story is that he slid down the precipice to safety, a truly super-human feat.