Good Luck Cliffs Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Sheer cliffs are almost standard in the High Peaks Region, but in the southern foothills, these dramatic cliffs are unique and rival those anywhere in the Adirondacks. Though the path to Good Luck Cliffs is technically a bushwhack, the cliffs are frequented enough that even in the height of winter, you can find your way to the mountaintop.
The trail has several muddy and wet sections as you make your way south toward the lake, and it even shares space with a stream for a while. The path parallels the feeder stream brieﬂy on your left, along an elevated knoll, before swinging northwest toward the cliﬀs. Shortly after, the trail climbs and you rock-hop across a stream that cuts the gorge along the cliff’s southwest face."