Debar Mountain

Malone, New York

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A peaceful woodland hike that climbs to an uncrowded open rock perch and a view of Meacham Lake. Debar Mountain is one of those hikes that clears the head and calms the soul. Named for John Debar, a Canadian fur trapper who traveled through the area in 1817, there are other nearby peaks that are bigger, balder, and better known, but it still offers a nice view from a rock perch where a fire tower formerly stood.
Hiking the Adirondacks: A Guide to the Area's Greatest Hiking Adventures

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Hiking the Adirondacks: A Guide to the Area's Greatest Hiking Adventures

by Lisa Densmore Ballard (Falcon Guides)

A peaceful woodland hike that climbs to an uncrowded open rock perch and a view of Meacham Lake. Debar Mountain is one of those hikes that clears the head and calms the soul.

Named for John Debar, a Canadian fur trapper who traveled through the area in 1817, there are other nearby peaks that are bigger, balder, and better known, but it still offers a nice view from a rock perch where a fire tower formerly stood.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Malone
Distance: 7.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Nat Geo Trails Illustrated Map: Saranac, Paul Smiths: Adirondack Park
Local Maps: Nat Geo TOPO! Map (USGS): Meacham Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Debar Mountain

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Apr 2018