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Another family-friendly hike, with waterfalls and a stunning view over the narrows of Lake George.

Moderate Hike


Family Friendly

Family Friendly

Dogs Allowed

Dogs Allowed

Location: Hague
Hike Length: 2.6 miles round-trip
Start Time:  9:15 am
Photo Time:  10:25 am
Approx. End Time: 11:15 am

The Terzian trails provide a gradual climb to Uncas Cliff, a clearing that rewards hikers with expansive views of Sabbath Day Point and across the lake to Hulett’s Landing. The hike will follow the main orange trail for about 1.2 miles before turning onto the 0.1-mile yellow trail to Uncas Cliff. Hikers will wait at this view point for for the helicopter and photo op.


About the Terzian Woodlot:

This 132-acre preserve was added to the Lake George Land Conservancy portfolio in November 2014. A total of 1.5 miles of trails have been established and connect to trails on the Silver Bay YMCA property. Trails for Silver Bay YMCA can be found on their website. If you would like to hike their trails, they ask that you become a member of Silver Bay.

Owned by the Terzian Family for decades, this parcel was sold to LGLC after an overwhelmingly successful fundraising campaign. The project was the perfect example of a community effort and thanks to the neighbors of Sabbath Day Point and Silver Bay all the monies for acquisition and stewardship were raised in three short months! We are especially grateful to Silver Bay community member and LGLC Board Member, Elizabeth Guest, who was instrumental in the support behind this project.

The acquisition of this property has allowed LGLC to ensure the protection of a Lake George tributary, create public access to beautiful forests and ridges, and provide habitat and refuge for the endangered timber rattlesnakes. If you see any snakes, please keep a safe distance and do NOT share your sighting location with others (to keep the snakes and curious people safe from unnecessary encounters).

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