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Snowshoe Routes: Adirondacks & Catskills
by Bill Ingersoll (The Mountaineers Books)
What makes this a difficult hike is the steep final pitch to the summit, as well as a handful of stream crossings that could be an obstacle if not fully frozen. Beyond that, this 3.3-mile hike to a modest-sized mountain west of Lake Placid is a great climb through birch-filled woods, with a view from the top that takes in much of the High Peaks region in one sweeping vista.
Hiking the Adirondacks: A Guide to the Area's Greatest Hiking Adventures
by Lisa Densmore Ballard (Falcon Guides)
It’s a pleasant hike to open ledges with a view of over two dozen
of the High Peaks. Not to be confused with the 4,960-foot giant, third highest in the Adirondacks, that is often paired with Mount Marcy by ambitious 46-ers, this Haystack Mountain
in the McKenzie Mountain Wilderness is a relatively easy climb to views of the
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