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Olympic region and upstate New York. Keene and Keene Valley are known as the "Home
to the High Peaks". The
greatest number of high peaks in the Adirondacks (in a single location) rise majestically
in the Keene/Keene Valley Region making this area a meca for hikers, climbers
and other visitors who wish to experience the remarkable beauty
the Adirondack mountains.
There are literally hundreds of trail heads located
in the tiny hamlet of Keene including the trail to the summit of Mt. Marcy, the
highest mountain in New York State.
Adirondacks offer some of the best hiking, camping and recreation opportunities
in the northeastern United States. The hills are big; it is known as the High
Peaks region, Mt. Marcy reaches 5,344 ft, Algonquin is 5,114 ft, and there are
more than 40 peaks over 4000 ft tall so the hiking can be challenging but the
views that you get while ascending, and while standing on the summits are well
worth the effort.
A - Northville to Piseco 34.80 miles
Refer To: Northville, Harrisburg,
Lake Pleasant and Piseco Quadrangles
The beginning of the Northville-Placid
Trail follows the highway from Northville to Benson Center and impatient hikers
may want to drive to Benson Center. However, the scenery along the Stony Creek
Valley is well worth the walk. No high mountains are encountered in this section,
but the forests are as wild as any found on the trail.
Northville (795' elev.) The trail begins at the western end of the bridge over
the Sacandaga River and follows Rt. 30 north.
03.30 The trail leaves Rt. 30
and follows County Rt. 6, entering from the west, marked Benson Center
North road on the right leads to the trail to Cathead Mt. fire tower 2.7 miles,
1,300 ft. ascent (2,423' elev.)
08.50 The trail bears left on the main road.
09.20 Benson Center (1,289' elev.) This hamlet is but a handful of homes in
the valley of the North Branch West Stony Creek. Make a right turn on to a dirt
road (Washburn Rd.) at this location.
09.75 At the fork in the road bear to
the left on Godfrey Rd.
10.25 Parking lot, the route is passable by automobile
to this point. A trail register is located a short distance beyond the parking
11.55 Parking lot, passable by four wheel drive vehicle to this point.
11.85 The trail crosses the North Branch of the West Stony Creek.
The trail crosses Goldmine Creek.
14.75 Rock Lake, (1,917' elev) a small pond,
lays off a spur trail (.1 mile) on the left.
15.80 The trail crosses the West
Branch of the Sacandaga River at the western end of an old clearing and bears
sharply right up the west bank of the stream.
16.65 Meco Lake (2,106' elev)
is on the right.
17.50 Silver Lake (2,072' elev) is on the left. The trail
leads around the eastern shore of the lake to a lean-to.
Canary Pond (2007' elev) is on the left.
23.15 Mud Lake (1,730' elev) is on
the right. The trail skirts the western end of the lake to a lean-to.
The trail crosses the West Branch of the Sacandaga River (West River) on a large
suspension type foot bridge. The old road on the north side of the river leads
right .1 mile to a parking area at Whitehouse. From this location it is 8.6 miles
along the dirt road (West River Rd.) to the village of Wells. This is the only
turn back point between Northville and Piseco. Turn left and follow markers. A
DEC register is located at the junction.
28.30 Cross Hamilton Lake stream
on a suspension bridge.
28.60 Hamilton Lake stream lean-to on right 100 ft.
30.95 Buckhorn Lake, (1,810' elev) a pond with good trout fishing
lays just off to the right.
32.25 A register booth is located just before
the trail crosses State Rt. 8 and follows the Old Rt. 8 (County Rd. 24) into Piseco
Village. Supplies, meals and lodging available at State Rt. 8.
34.00 Piseco (1,680' elev) and Piseco Lake (1,661' elev) a lake
of 4.32 sq. mile. Over night accommodations can be made in the village or at nearby
State campgrounds on the western shore of the lake.
34.80 Road junction. Turn
right on Haskell Rd.
B - Piseco to Wakely Dam 32.85 miles
This section of trail leads through
one of the most remote and wild areas (West Canada Lakes Wilderness) in the Adirondacks.
The trail follows an old logging road to Spruce Lake, but from Spruce to West
Canada Lake the country was not opened until the trail was put through. Magnificent
stands of spruce and hardwood exist throughout the region. The area from West
Canada Lakes to the Cedar River although lumbered in the past is rapidly returning
to a wilderness condition. This section of rolling upland offers pleasantviews
of numerous waterbodies including Cedar Lakes and the Cedar River Flow. There
are no hotels, stores or permanaent camps north of Piseco in this section.
00.00 Trail bears right on Haskell Rd. and follows blue
markers up the road (paved for 1.75 miles) A trail register and information booth
is located .1 mile from the Cold Stream bridge.
05.20 The trail crosses Fall
stream and follows its north bank.
07.65 The trail crosses the Jessup River.
08.00 An unmarked trail to the right leads to international Paper Company
access roads and NYS Rt. 30.
08.60 The trail crosses Bloodgood Brook.
Spruce Lake (2,378' elev.) is on the left with three lean-to's along the east
shore. The trail continues northeast crossing the rocky outlet of Balsam Lake.
13.80 The trail crosses the outlet of Sampson's Bog.
15.35 A side trail
(red markers) on the right leads to Perkins Clearing 15.2 miles and Speculator
15.55 The trail crosses West Canada Creek on a large bridge.
Mud Lake (2,345' elev.) is on the right.
15.70 West Canada Creek lean-to's
16.10 South Lake (2,345' elev.) a pond of .15 sq. mile is on the left. At
the north shore on the left is a lean-to.
16.75 West Canada Lake (2,367' elev.)
a major source of West Canada Creek, is .41 sq. mile in area, high and wild. The
trail strikes its eastern end at the two lean-to's and a cleared area (former
Interior Caretaker's Headquarters) A register is located here. A red marked trail
to the left (2.55 miles) leads to Brook Trout Lake. A lean-to is located on the
east end of the lake. These lakes and West Canada Creek are trout waters. A yellow
marked trail continues north approximately 4 miles and enters the Moose River
Recreation Area. The Northville-Placid Trail follows the blue trail markers eastward
across the clearing at the eastern end of West Canada Lake.
17.35 The trail
skirts the north shore of Mud Lake.
18.85 The trail crosses the survey line
of the Totten and Crossfield Patent, first land grant in this region.
Kings Pond Outlet is crossed with the trail paralleling this trout water for a
20.50 The trail crosses the inlet to Cedar Lakes, a chain
of three connected ponds .56 sq. mile in area. A lean-to is located .50 miles
to the right (yellow markers) on the north shore of Third Lake.
trail crosses the channel between Beaver Pond and Cedar Lakes and follows along
the lakes' north shore. A side trail to the right (just prior to the bridge crossing
of the channel) climbs a small bank and leads to a lean-to in about 150 feet.
22.80 A yellow marked side trail leads north 2.2 miles to Lost Pond and continues
on approximately 8 miles to Otter Brook Rd. and the Moose Rive Recreation Area.
23.40 A short (.2 mile) distance upstream from the Cedar Lakes Dam was the
site of the former Cedar Lake HQ., where a lean-to is now located. Cedar trees
were planted here and can still be seen by the lakeshore. The dam itself is a
relic of past lumbering activity and was reconstructed by the DEC in 1967. A register
booth is located in this area. The main trail follows the Cedar River. A trail
across the dam (yellow markers), leads southeast around Noisey Ridge. This trail
continues to Perkins Clearing, 9.2 miles, and Speculator, 16.15 miles.
The trail swings left away from the Cedar River and rejoins it at 25.25 miles.
27.00 Trail junction on the right with the Sucker Brook (red markers) trail.
This trail leads eastward 7.9 miles to Lewey Lake Public Campground and NYS Rt.
30. Colvin Brook lean-to is located across the Cedar River 1.0 mile down this
28.20 Carry lean-to ( the head of canoe navigation on the Cedar River
Flow) is on the right. The trail follows old roads along the north and west sides
of the Flow.
32.85 Wakely Dam (1.3 miles east of gravel road junction). A
trail register is located in the immediate area.
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C - Wakely Dam to NYS Route 28/30 12.0 miles
Lands adjacent to the dam
represent the eastern main entrance to the Moose Rive Plains. Facilities provided
are primitive in keeping with the general atmosphere of the area, and are described
in the brochure: Moose River Recreation Area. An assistant forest ranger and emergency
phone may be found near the entrance gate and register booth from Memorial Day
Weekend to early fall. No accomodations or stores are available until the Village
of Blue Mt. Lake.
To: Indian Lake and Blue Mountain Quadrangles.
00.00 Wakely Dam (2,120' elev.) backs up on the waters of
the Cedar River Flow to make a sizable lake 1.06 sq. mile in area. A gravel road
(Cedar River Rd.) from this point connects with State Rt. 28 and Indian Lake Village,
15 miles distant. The trail follows this road.
00.30 A side trail on the left
leads to Wakely Mt. Fire Tower. Ascent 1,635 ft. to an elevation of 3,744 ft.
06.75 At McCanes, signs indicate the trail leaves the road at this point,
bearing to the left.
09.15 Stephens Pond (1,952' elev.) is on the right. A
side trail to the right leds 250 feet to a lean-to on the south end of the pond.
09.70 A side trail (red markers) on the left leads to a lean-to at Cascade
Pond, .75 mile and Blue Mt. Lake Village, 4.0 miles. A register booth is located
at this junction. The trail continues to the northeast.
12.00 Lake Durant
Campground. This is the junction with State Rt. 28/30, and also the dam and outlet
of Lake Durant formerly 34th Flow. The trail crosses the road in a northerly direction
at the trail signs. This point is three miles from Blue Mt. Lake Village.
C - NYS Rt. 28/30 to NYS Rt. 28N 14.65 miles
This section of trail follows
stream courses, lake basins and steep ridges. Portions of the trail traverse Finch,
Pruyn Company, Inc. lands in the vicinity of O'Neil Flow and Buck Mt.
To: The Blue Mountain Quadrangles.
00.00 >From the trailhead on NYS Rt. 28/30 a register
booth is located immediately to the north.
03.50 At the southern end of Tirrell
Pond (1,918' elev.) is O'Neil lean-to.
04.65 At the northern end of Tirrell
is a second lean-to. A side trail (red markers) on the left leads to Blue Mt.
Lake Village, 4 miles.
07.20 The trail crosses the Salmon River on a bridge
and follows it upstream a few hundred feet.
07.95 This ridge offers a view
of a scenic gorge and brook.
09.10 Tracy Shanty Clearing
10.35 The height
of land between Tirrell Pond and Long Lake (2,980' elev.). The trail proceeds
along the ridge and then down a steep grade to St. Rt. 28N.
14.65 State Rt.
28N. Long Lake Village is 2.7 miles left on this highway.
D - Long Lake to Shattuck Clearing 12.60 miles
The trail follows the eastern
shore of Long Lake along an old tote road an then continues through open woodlands
to Shattuck Clearing. No supplies are available beyond Long Lake Village.
To: The Blue Mountain and Long Lake Quadrangles.
00.00 The trail crosses NYS Rt. 28 N and follows a paved
road (Tarbell Hill Rd.) northeast over the crest of a hill. Turning right into
the woods just past a small Parking area. A trail register is located here.
A side trail to the left leads to the two lean-tos on Catlin Bay.
lean-tos at Kelley's Point.
06.25 A side trail leads to the two lean-tos at
08.45 At a fork in the trail, bear right. The left fork leads
to Pluymleys Landing. Two lean-tos are located at Plumley's Point on the lake
12.60 Shattuck Clearing.
Section E - Shattuck Clearing to Lake Placid 27.87 miles
This section of trail
follows streams and log or tote roads in the heart of the Adirondacks and the
grade is not difficult, although the wild rugged High Peaks lie ahead. There are
no permanent camps other than lean-tos with no opportunities for obtaining supplies
throughout this section.
Refer To: Long Lake and Santanoni Quadrangles.
00.00 Shattuck Clearing. The trail follows the gravel road
southeasterly for .15 miles then turns left into the woods.
00.25 Cross Moose
Creek on a suspension bridge. The trail continues northeasterly to the south bank
of Cold River.
00.75 Cross Cold River on a suspension bridge. A lean-to is
located immediately on the left and another .1 mile downstream. The trail turns
right after crossing the bridge and follows the Cold River upstream.
In a balsam fir setting is Seward lean-to. Just beyond the lean-to is the Natural
Dam formed by rock ledges across the Cold River.
06.55 Ouluska Pass Lean-to
06.80 Big Dam was once a lumber camp area and is often made a camping place.
The "hermit of Cold River", Noah John Rondeau, lived here for many years
on land of the Santa Clara Lumber Co., now part of the Forest Preserve. He welcomed
real lovers of the woods but shunned curiosity seekers. He made a frugal living
by hunting, trapping and serving as a guide. Two Wigwams from his "Cold River
City" the "Beauty Parlor" and the "Hall of Records" can
be seen at the Adirondck Museum at Blue Mt. Lake. He died in 1967, at the age
10.50 Mountain Pond (2,142' elev.)is in a wild setting. The trail follows
the old lumber road through second growth forests to the junction with a fire
truck trail. Right on this truck trail .40 miles to two Cold River lean-tos
At the Duck Hole are two lean-tos and a side trail to the right (blue markers)
leading to Bradley Pond, Lake Sandford and Tahawus.
12.50 A side trail (red
markers) on the right leads to Indian Pass, Mt. Marcy and Tahawus. The main trail,
with blue markers, continues on upstream.
16.00 Moose Pond lean-to
This is the divide between the Moose and Chubb Rivers. Wanika Falls lean-to is
on a side trail to the right at 17.50 miles.
18.20 Trail turns to the right
of the former trail to Averyville and crosses the Chubb River on a log bridge.
24.25 Averyville County Rd., turn right to Lake Placid. To the left is the
Chubb River bridge. Across the bridge 800 feet to the right is the entrance to
25.50 Old Military Rd. and Lake Placid Village. The end
of the trail.
Select Adirondack Hikes and Trail Descriptions
The Algonquin tour
the many landscapes of mountains, brooks and lakes of the Adirondack. The best
way to discover the second highest summit of the Adirondack with a trip to some
remote areas. The whole hike is a loop of 19 km. This may look very long but its
all downhill after the summit of Algonquin. All the beautiful nature scenes make
this one a must to do for a hiker with an average experience.
is the highest mountain in the Adirondack with 5344 feet. Marcy is located in
the middle of the High Peaks Region. This mountain must be seen from a very close
location to be able to admire its beauty. Three of the major accesses to the Adirondack
region make possible a day hike to it. The shortest approach start at Heart Lake
and follows in and out the Van Hoevenberg Trail. This is a 23,75 km hike that
takes an average of 7˝ hours. The easiest way to shorten this distance is to camp
at Marcy Dam. This will cut 7,3 km to the distance. Marcy Dam is a rustic camping
area. It takes an hour of walk to get there from Heart Lake.
Gothics, the 10th highest peak,
has an impressive 360° view. This proposed hike is less popular than the one
starting from The Garden, but it has a lot of things to see as: many viewpoints
of the Gothics Arch, an impressive ascent to the Pyramid summit on your way down
and a passage near two of the highest waterfalls in the Adirondack. The whole
hike is a loop of 21 km. The only drawback is the long and doll Lake Road you
will walk on your way in and out.
Colden is located between Marcy and Algonquin. It offers a 360° summit view
and a long open ridge. This trip is an other way to visit the great area of Avalanche
Pass. The whole hike is a loop of 21 km.
A small summit from the list of those over 4,000 feet but its half open summit
has one of the best views in the Adirondack. Over 10 km of the trail is on flat
or low grade ground. The whole hike is 14 km long.
An open summit that is just under the 4,000 feet level, very similar to Cascade.
It has a better viewpoint toward many of the highest peaks than Cascade. If you're
looking for a longer trail, it's possible to make a loop and even add Round Mountain
on your way. The shortest hike has a total of 6.6 km.
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This is not a true summit,
but a group of three great viewpoints toward the Great Range. The shortest hike
to the second Brother (the best one) has a total of 5,7 km.
A bare rock summit part of a long ridge with many interesting
viewpoints. The whole hike is 12.4 km long.
Dix is one of the most Southward 4,000 feet summit of the Adirondack High Peaks
Region. Starting from the parking lot on Rte 73, this hike follows a brook for
almost 3 km but has a last section toward the summit of Dix that is one of the
steepest of the Adirondack. The whole hike is 22 km long.
This summit is less visited than the other highest peaks, but
has many interesting things to offer. Part of the trail is along Gill Brook with
its many water cascades. The trail section after the junction to the Dix summit
is very steep by place and passes over many small summits along a tree covered
ridge. On your way down, don't miss Indian Head and Fish Hawk Cliffs. They are
two great viewpoints on the lakes and mountains.
Saddleback Mt. is
named for its two peaks with a small valley. It is located between Gothics and
Basin Mt. in the Great Range. The East side trail of Saddleback offers great views
of the Gothics. The West side trail traverses a very steep rock cliff unique in
its style in the Adirondacks. This rock cliff is very steep and ropes may be needed
for safe passage.
This is one of
the most popular summit of the Adirondacks. The two main trails are at 1 km (Roaring
Brook Trail) and at 3 km (Ridge Trail) South from St-Hubert. The Ridge Trail is
the most spectacular one with from the middle of its height a long bare rock section
with many viewpoints toward the West over the Dix Range, The Great Range, Mt.
Marcy, Algonquin Peak and up to Cascade Mt.. This trail difficulty is similar
to the one of Algonquin Peak from Heart Lake. They have similar length and high.
The beginning of the Ridge Trail is very steep whereas the one of Algonquin Peak
is very progressive. The second most popular approach is the Roaring Brook Trail
that passes a side trail leading to a waterfall (Roaring Brook Falls) then follows
a ridge with some viewpoints to the summit. It is possible to make a long loop
using those two trails.
This mountain peak is one of the most remote of the high peaks and is located
just South of Mt. Marcy. It has a very distinctive round shape and it's summit
is almost flat and as big as a football field. The South approach from Upper Works
is the easiest one to get there in one day.
One of the most
popular summits of the Adirondacks with Algonquin Peak and Giant Mt.. It's the
easiest hike among the 4,000 feet summit. Cascade Mt. has a 360 degree view from
its large rocky top. There is a magnificent view to the North of the entire Lake
Placid Valley. The entire hike is in a wooden trail except for the last ˝ km,
which is on bare rock. This summit stands apart from the other High Peaks, so
there is no view over those highest summits that are Mt. Marcy, Mt. Colden or
This summit is part of the Pinnacle
Ridge just after Mt. Colvin in the Upper Ausable Lake region. This is a tree-covered
summit with a viewpoint between the trees to the South at Elk Lake. Even if the
trail that leads there from Mt. Colvin is a marked trail, it looks more like a
herd path than like a regular maintained trail. They are many very steep sections
that might be easier to pass with help of a ladder or a rope.
is the second highest mountain in the Adirondack at 5114 feet. It's also one of
the three most popular ones with Cascade Mt. and Giant Mt.. It takes less than
three hours to hike up and less than 2,5 hours to hike down for a 13 km over all
distance from Heart Lake.
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The 46 High Peaks
High Peaks Region is famous for its magnificant
Maps of the Adirondack Mountains
High Peaks Region
peaks including Mt. Marcy, the highest peak in New york State, with an elevation
of 5344' .The 46 peaks include the following mountains (listed in order of height):
Mt. Marcy, Algonquin Peak, Mt. Haystack, Mt. Skylight, Whiteface Mtn,Dix Mtn.
, Gray Peak, Iroquois Peak , Basin Mtn., Gothics, Mt. Colden, Giant Mtn., Nippletop,
Santanoni Peak, Mt. Redfield, Wright Peak, Saddleback Mtn., Panther Peak, Tabletop
Mtn., Rocky Peak Ridge, Macomb Mtn., Armstrong Mtn. ,Hough Peak, Seward Mtn.,
Mt. Marshall, Allen Mtn., Big Slide Mtn., Esther Mtn. , Upper Wolfjaw, Lower Wolfjaw
, Street Mtn., Phelps Mtn., Mt. Donaldson, Seymour Mtn., Sawteeth, Cascade Mtn.,
South Dix, Porter Mtn., Mt. Colvin, Mt. Emmons, Dial Mtn., East Dix, Blake, Cliff
Mtn., Nye Mtn., and Couchsachraga Peak.
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