Hiking in the Adirondacks offers many different levels of exploration, from nature trails and local bike trails, to experienced climbs on one the the 46 high peaks. The Adirondacks is home to Mt. Marcy, the tallest mountain in NY State, with an elevation of 5,344 ft. Whichever level of hiking you enjoy, going hiking requires the right hiking equipment, plenty of water and is best done with a partner.

Hiking Trails

Below are just some of the trails available in the Adirondacks. There are actually well over a hundred trails, wilderness recreation areas for hiking, mountain hikes and climbs. We will continue to expand our list and add additional details.

  • Northville-Placid Trail (Visit nptrail.org for more information about hiking the Northville-Placid Trail)
  • Black Mt. Fire Tower Trail
  • Bald Mountain Trail
  • Nicks lake Loop
  • Cook Mountain
  • Crane Mountain
  • Toungue Mountain Range Trail
  • Blue Mountain Trail
  • Buttermilk Falls
  • Bear Mountain
  • Hadley Mountain
  • Prospect Mountain

46 High Peaks of the Adirondacks

  1. Mt. Marcy
  2. Algonquin Peak
  3. Mt. Haystack
  4. Mt. Skylight
  5. Whiteface Mtn
  6. Dix Mtn.
  7. Gray Peak
  8. Iroquois Peak
  9. Basin Mtn.
  10. Gothics
  11. Mt. Colden
  12. Giant Mtn.
  13. Nippletop
  14. Santanoni Peak
  15. Mt. Redfield
  1. Wright Peak
  2. Saddleback Mtn.
  3. Panther Peak
  4. Tabletop Mtn.
  5. Rocky Peak Ridge
  6. Macomb Mtn.
  7. Armstrong Mtn.
  8. Hough Peak
  9. Seward Mtn.
  10. Mt. Marshall
  11. Allen Mtn.
  12. Big Slide Mtn.
  13. Esther Mtn.
  14. Upper Wolfjaw
  15. Lower Wolfjaw
  16. Street Mtn.
  1. Phelps Mtn.
  2. Mt. Donaldson
  3. Seymour Mtn.
  4. Sawteeth
  5. Cascade Mtn.
  6. South Dix
  7. Porter Mtn.
  8. Mt. Colvin
  9. Mt. Emmons
  10. Dial Mtn.
  11. East Dix
  12. Blake
  13. Cliff Mtn.
  14. Nye Mtn.
  15. Couchsachraga Peak.

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