Hague is a small town nestled among the hills of northern Lake George. It is one of my favorite places on earth. This series explores points of the town’s historic and natural history.

The Seven Wonders of Hague - This is the introductory first post in a series about the natural and human history of Hague, NY.
Wonder 1: Rogers’ Rock - My family has told the tall tale of Rogers' Rock to visitors for many years. But is it true? - The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 2
Wonder 2: The Final Resting Place of Ruben Davis - Telling the tale of a daring and colorful family. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 3
Wonder 3: The Indian Kettles - "Indian Kettles" couldn't be a less-accurate name - read to find out why. Plus: a short geological history of the Adirondacks. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 4
Wonder 4: Split Rock - Split Rock is not only a boulder of impressive size but also boasts story worthy of the Brothers Grimm. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 5
Wonder 5: Graphite Mines – Boom Town - "There's plumbago in them there hills!" Hague's small but significant role in world industry. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 6
Wonder 5.5: Graphite Mines – Bat Bust - The story of the Hague Mines continue - this time with their transformation into a bat sanctuary. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 7
Wonder 6: Elephant Rock - Granite and graffiti make a beloved pachyderm. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 8
Wonder 7: Monster! - Nessie is nice, and Champ is no chump; but I just love George. The Seven Wonder of Hague Part 9
7 Wonders Appendix – The Runners-Up and Wonders Map - The semi-wonders that didn't make the final seven. It includes a family favorite: the Legend of Killer Chipmunk Island. The Seven Wonders of Hague - Part 10.

Curious how all of these stories and places fit together in the town itself? Here’s a map with all of the most important spots marked.

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