Buck Mt to Inman Pond Connector Trail

Adirondack Park, New York

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Buck Mt to Inman Pond Connector Trail is a hiking trail in Town of Fort Ann, New York. It is within Adirondack Park and Lake George Wild Forest. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 767 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 99 feet.
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Buck Mt to Inman Pond Connector Trail is a hiking trail in Town of Fort Ann, New York. It is within Adirondack Park and Lake George Wild Forest. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 767 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 99 feet. This trail connects with the following: Innman Pond Trail and Inman Pond Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Adirondack Park
Distance: 0.2
Elevation Gain: 99 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 767 feet
Top Elevation: 853 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Buck Mt to Inman Pond Connector Trail
Parks: Lake George Wild Forest
Elevation Min/Max: 764/853 ft
Elevation Start/End: 767/767 ft

Buck Mt to Inman Pond Connector Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This invigorating hike rewards you at the top with a terri?c view of Lake George and the distant High Peaks. Buck Mountain sits on a piece of land within the Lake George Wild Forest just below the skinny southern end of Lake Champlain on the shore of Lake George.

It’s a relatively easy hike despite the nearly 2,000 feet of vertical gain because the climb comes in waves, up short, steep pitches with generous mellow sections in between. It’s special for the view of Lake George. There are two approaches to the mountain, one from the east from Shelving Rock Road, and this one, from the west near the shore of the lake. This one is more popular because of its pleasing views of the lake
along the way."

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