MARCH 2021, Issue 2

The Arrow Insider

The Golden Arrow E-Newsletter

winter aerial shot of lake placid
Image from ROOST

GA NEWS Inside this issue:

Know Before You Go ……………2
Winter Hiking …………………….2
Olympic Venue Updates ……….3
Olympic Museum ………………..3
Featured Business ………………4
New to Lake Placid ……………..4

Enjoying the last bit of winter

Joell Stetson - Marketing Director

The Adirondacks have been teased with some spring temperatures, but there’s still time to get out and take part in winter activities. Skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing are still in full swing. Looking for something a little more relaxing? Pamper yourself at Adirondack Foot Sanctuary or take some time to visit the local shops.

Winter Hiking on Giant Mountain
image from ROOST

Know Before You Go

Practical advice for the winter traveler

brought to you by ROOST

Things are changing all the time. Be sure that you plan ahead to see if the places you are going are open or have different hours of operation. Some places may require online reservations.

WATCH THE WEATHER. The weather can change quickly in the mountains and that means that a nice sunny day can turn with little notice. Always check the forecast, but keep an eye out for changing conditions. Make sure you pack for any kind of weather.

HAVE A PLAN B. It’s possible that when you get to your destination there will be a lot of other people there. Be sure to have a backup p[lan to reduce crowding. Maybe try a new restaurant or trail instead!

BRING A MASK. For the safety of our communities and our guests, you are expected to follow all NYS guidelines including wearing a mask.

LEAVE NO TRACE. Help us keep the Adirondacks beautiful. Take the pledge and show your love for the ADKs!

Become a Lake Placid 9er logo graphic
Image from ROOST

Winter Hiking

Become a winter 9'er

The 9er’s mission is to attract seasoned hikers as well as those who are new to hitting the trails, offering a chance to explore some of the Lake Placid region’s smaller peaks, all of which can be conquered in a morning or afternoon. The peaks were selected to offer some of Lake Placid’s most breath taking views, without taking the 4000+ ft climb that the popular 46 Adirondack high peaks require tackling. The 9’er offers a true Lake Placid experience, including unbeatable views of the surrounding high peaks and the popular Whiteface Mountain, a chance to scale an ADK fire tower, and a trip to the historic Adirondack Loj.

Concept illustrations of Olympic Center renovations
Rendering of the future renovations of the Olympic Center

Olympic Venue Updates

The Olympic Center

Public skating on the oval and indoor rinks is done for the season as extensive renovations have started to the Olympic Center to modernize and improve the 1932 & 1980 Rinks.

Stay tuned for more construction updates for the Olympic Center and Oval!

Olympic Museum

a multi-exhibit monument to the Olympic heart and soul of Lake Placid.

Perfect for history buffs and the casually curious alike, the Olympic Museum at the Lake Placid Olympic Center walks visitors through the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics using both traditional and more modern exhibits.

Olympic Uniforms
Treat yourself at the Adirondack Foot Sanctuary
Image from the Adirondack Foot Sanctuary

Featured Business

A sanctuary for your soul and your soles! The foot sanctuary provides an intimate gathering and cozy relaxation space where you can indulge, relax, and renew. They offer foot soaks, upper & lower body massages, and manicures & pedicures.


Located next door to the Golden Arrow!

New to Lake Placid

The Euromart opened in December 2020 and specializes in Eastern European food. They carry products from Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Germany, and many other countries.

Located on Saranac Ave in front of the Hannaford Plaza.

Snacks from the Mini Euromart
Image from @minieuromart
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