Five-Star Trails in the Adirondacks: A Guide to the Most Beautiful Hikes

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Menasha Ridge Press, 2010 - Travel - 304 pages
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Each hike through the Adirondack Park is rated for scenery, difficulty, trail condition, and accessibility for children. Individual trail maps, elevation profiles, and GPS trailhead coordinates aid in navigating the myriad of unnamed roads. Featured trails range from easy strolls for the family to bone-crunching vertical ascents for the fearless hiker.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
WestCentral Hikes 17
26
1 Bear and Woodhull Lakes
28
2 Black Bear Mountain
36
3 Bubb Sis and Moss Lakes
41
4 Cascade Lake
46
5 Gleasmans Falls
52
6 Mitchell Ponds
57
23 Groff Creek
169
24 Hadley Mountain
174
25 Jockeybush Lake
178
26 Stewart and Indian Lakes
182
27 Tenant Creek Falls
186
Northern Hikes 2833
190
28 Cat Mountain
192
29 Floodwood
198

7 Panther Mountain and Echo Cliffs
62
Central Hikes 815
68
8 Auger Falls
70
9 Blue Ledges
75
10 Castle Rock
81
11 Chimney Mountain
87
12 Hoffman Notch
94
13 Peaked Mountain
101
14 Shanty Brook
108
15 West Branch Sacandaga Gorge
114
Eastern Hikes 1620
122
16 Pharaoh Mountain
124
17 Pharaoh Lake
131
18 Shelving Rock Falls
139
19 Sleeping Beauty Mountain
144
20 Tongue Mountain Range
149
Southern Hikes 2127
156
21 Crane Mountain
158
22 Good Luck Cliffs
164
30 High Falls
205
31 Lampson Falls and Grass River
213
32 Owls Head Mountain
218
33 Saint Regis Mountain
222
High Peaks Hikes 3440
228
34 Ampersand Mountain
230
West River Trail
236
East River Trail
244
37 Giants Nubble
250
38 Indian Pass
257
39 Little and Big Crow Mountains
263
40 Pitchoff Mountain
268
Managing Agencies
275
Gear Lists
276
Suggested Reading
278
Index
279
About the Author
286
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About the author (2010)

Tim Starmer has always been an outdoor enthusiast and spent most of his childhood seeking out remote and wild areas whenever possible. Throughout his life, the Adirondacks and its vast wilderness have been one of Tim’s favorite destinations for hiking and backpacking trips. In 2006 Tim explored numerous wilderness gems across New York when he co-authored The Best in Tent Camping: New York State. Tim currently owns and operates New Heritage Woodworking, a construction company that specializes in designing and building timber frames in Upstate New York.

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