1759 Battle on Snowshoes

Ticonderoga , New York
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Fort Ticonderoga Carl Heilman
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external link iconFeb 26, 2022

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102 Fort Ti Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883, USA
Lat: 43.8487, Long: -73.402

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Experience an unforgettable Revolutionary War Reenactment at 1759 Battle on Snowshoes

Experience the third Battle on Snowshoes as Major Robert Roger’s and his rangers go on “ A Grand Scout” before the 1759 campaign season!

During this epic Battle Reenactment, visit the French garrison of Fort Carillon (later named Ticonderoga) in the middle of winter and tour pickets of British rangers, veterans of raids, ambushes, and scouts in the ongoing winter war.

Witness Roger’s Rangers–frostbitten and cold–ambush French soldiers cutting wood across the ice of Lake Champlain. Follow French soldiers out of Fort Carillon as they attempt to rescue their fellow soldiers fighting for their lives on the ice.

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Fort Ticonderoga is a popular historical site in upstate New York, located on the south shore of Lake Champlain. It was originally constructed by the French during the Seven Years’ War and later taken over by American forces during the Revolutionary War. Today it stands as more than just a memorial to an important moment in U.S. history- visitors can walk through original and reconstructed barracks, storehouses, and see genuine cannons to get a true sense of what it was like for soldiers on both sides of this conflict centuries ago. Lasting memories are made as guests immerse themselves in activities such as replica boatbuilding and musket firing while exploring this landmark that has become a symbol of our nation’s relentless pursuit for independence.

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