The Mount in Photos

Along the Southern Defenses Spur of the Baldwin Trail
Bloodroot, one of our many spring wildflowers.
Author Willard Sterne Randall delivers the annual J. Robert Maguire Lecture.
The DAR monument at the north point of Mount Independence.
The Seth Warner – Mount Independence Fife & Drum Corps.
Autumn hike with a stop at the stunning Lake Champlain vista.
Hike into history draws a good crowd
Soldiers Atop the Mount — the annual living history event at Mount Independence
The Baldwin Trail overlook is a favorite stop on many hikes.
Mount Independence as viewed from Mount Defiance.
Approaching Mount Independence along the same roadway the soldiers used in 1777.
Columbine, another favorite spring wildflower.
Fort Ticonderoga from the vantage point of the Horseshoe Battery, a stop on the Orange Trail.
More pomp and circumstance from the Soldiers Atop the Mount.
Soldiers Atop the Mount is a great event for kids.
A glimpse of Lake Champlain.
View artifacts used by the soldiers at Mount Independence in 1776 and 1777 in the Visitor Center.
The unique architecture of the Visitor Center and Museum.