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Boating in the Adirondacks

Boating in the Adirondacks

$34.95

Item #: 1688

Our company's namesake, the guideboat, originated in the Adirondacks. And American infatuation with the canoe began here too, on Lake George in the mid 1800's. The Adirondack mountains are famous worldwide, the second oldest range in the US yet the area is equally renowned for a series of pristine lakes and rivers, every craft imaginable plying the waters. Hallie Bond helps curate the vintage boat collection at the Adirondack Museum. From birch bark canoes to mahogany racing boats, explore the waters and the boats upon them.

DIRECTIONS TO GUIDEBOAT’S FLAGSHIP

129 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

1-415-888-2871

COMING FROM THE SOUTH ON HIGHWAY 101 TOWARDS MILL VALLEY

  • Proceed on Highway 101 North over the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Continue on Highway 101 approx 5 miles and exit onto CA-1N Mill Valley/Stinson Beach exit.
  • Continue straight for 1 mile and CA-1 N turns slightly right, becoming Almonte Blvd.
  • Continue straight for 1/2 mile onto Miller Avenue.
  • Follow Miller Avenue for 2 miles.
  • Guideboat is on the left at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard.

COMING FROM THE NORTH ON HIGHWAY 101 TOWARDS MILL VALLEY

  • Proceeding on 101 South past San Rafael, CA continue on 101 S for 5 miles.
  • Take exit for Mill Valley/East Blithedale. Turn Right onto E. Blithedale.
  • Continue straight for approximately 1 1/2 miles to Millwood Avenue.
  • Turn left onto Millwood and head down the hill 3 blocks to Miller Avenue.
  • Turn right onto Miller Avenue and go 100 yards to entrance to Mill Valley Lumber Yard.