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Light up the ice

Saranac Lake converts winter into a wonderland with games, races and an Ice Palace at carnival

Adirondack photographer Mark Kurtz snapped this image of last year’s Ice Palace illuminated by colorful fireworks. The photo appeared on National Geographic’s website. (photo: MARK KURTZ)
Adirondack photographer Mark Kurtz snapped this image of last year’s Ice Palace illuminated by colorful fireworks. The photo appeared on National Geographic’s website. (photo: MARK KURTZ)
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If you go to the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, wear a warm jacket and sturdy boots. Whether you’re ogling the majestic Ice Palace, smacking a baseball with snowshoes on your feet or watching curlers slide their stones across a frozen lake, it’s all about having fun in the bracing Adirondack air. “Even events that could be held indoors are held outdoors,” said carnival chairman Jeff Dickson. For the 115th year, Saranac Lake is lighting up ...


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