Welcome to the beautiful Town of Saranac. Within the Adirondack Park under the brow of Lyon Mountain, in sight of Whiteface Mountain, blessed by its river, Saranac is often missed by the tourist speeding along Route 3 from the Northway to Saranac Lake or Lake Placid. But it is an area of unsurpassed beauty where a surprise waits 'round a corner to greet first-time visitor or long-time resident. Take the time to stop and look.Saranac's rolling hills and roads with striking mountains and valley views invite the tourist, whether by automobile, bicycle, or on foot, into the Adirondacks. The famous Saranac River, its quiet pools and miles of gentle flow punctuated by rapids and falls - including the famous High Falls - entices the fisherman as well as the sightseer and offers many points of public access with parking areas. True Brook, joining the Saranac at Moffitsville, is a precipitous, fast-flowing trout stream whose huge boulders provide refuge for the "big ones."