Part 3, Lake Colby a 272 acre lake located in the village of Saranac Lake, NY is a beautiful place to paddle, camp and swim. There are three primitive campsites along the shores of Lake Colby as well the village beach. New York State operates a boat launch and fishing access; there is a ten horsepower limit for motorboats.
Hope you enjoyed this short film series!
The canoe in this series is a 14′ Adirondack Canoe Company “Boreas” pack canoe that weighs in at 24#’s. She’s light, comfortable and paddles exceptionally well.
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Great little series, Joe! I enjoyed the peaceful tranquility and beautiful scenery. Did you see other paddlers? Looked very quiet which was so nice! Go Pro for the shoot? Thanks for sharing your experience!
Glad you enjoyed it. If memory serves I believe I only saw one other paddler besides ourselves that morning. I am actually using a Go Pro knock off. I bought 3 of them for less than 1 Go Pro and they shoot 4K video. Fun stuff to play around with and I hope to shoot some more video this year.
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