Experience Teddy Roosevelt's most wild ride!
On September 13th, 1901, President William McKinley died from bullet wounds sustained in an assassination attempt in Buffalo, NY. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt was in the middle of climbing Mount Marcy.
Follow Teddy Roosevelt's route from Mount Marcy to the North Creek Train Station, where he learned that he was to become the 26th President of the U.S. This 40-mile jaunt runs from North Creek to Long Lake.