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Considering a Lake Placid wedding? High Peaks Resort, a modern Adirondack retreat on the shores of Mirror Lake, hosts ceremonies, receptions, rehearsal dinners, and day-after brunches, and offers Adirondack-inspired accommodations that are located just steps away from Main Street’s shopping, dining, and entertainment.

High Peak Resort | Lake Placid | Adirondack Weddings Magazine

At High Peaks Resort, you’ll have everything you need to make your wedding complete. The Lake Placid location provides gorgeous views that will take your breath away. The resort offers experienced on-site wedding planners who will assist you with wedding details including flowers, décor, catering, wedding cake, and more. Both outdoor and indoor reception venues are available, as well as on-site catering and customizable wedding packages. The natural beauty of Lake Placid and the Adirondacks will add a touch of romance to your wedding and create unforgettable memories to provide you with as you start your lives together.

To contact High Peaks Resort and learn more, visit High Peaks Resort in the Adirondack Weddings vendor directory.

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  • Comment by Leanne Berggren — August 4, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

    High Peaks Resort is really awesome. My best friend got married there. (I was her maid of honor. The views of Lake Placid are beyond belief and the resort is just stupendous! I have to say that I don’t think I’ve ever been to a better reception. The room was beautiful, the food was spectacular and the service was even better. If I weren’t already married I would definitely want to make my arrangement at High Peaks Resort.

  • Comment by Courtney Turner — August 5, 2013 @ 1:52 pm

    Wow! This place looks impressive. I’ve already got my reception plans in place but I love the Lake Placid area. This looks like a really nice place to spend our honeymoon!

  • Comment by Laura @ Adirondack Weddings Magazine — August 24, 2013 @ 2:22 pm

    That is great to hear, Leanne! And Courtney, it is right in the middle of the action on Main Street overlooking Mirror Lake.

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