The Adirondacks history is deep rooted in mining and hunting camps which have kept the Boreas Ponds private, pristine and inaccessible to the public until 2016. Traveling the 7.4 mile route along unmarked truck trails we will reach some of the most stunning and quiet corners of the Adirondack Park where you can truly appreciate the sound of silence. Spectacular views of High-Peaks across glistening clear water. There is no better place for lunch than atop the tranquil landscape of the Boreas dam.