Saint Regis Mountain

Tupper Lake, New York

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Best known for its mostly flat terrain, the northern section of the Adirondacks has many excellent extended canoe trips. Most notable is the Saint Regis Canoe Area. However, looming over this area of hundreds of ponds, lakes, and interconnected waterways is Saint Regis Mountain. For truly majestic views, its summit is unsurpassed. The trail, marked with red disks, follows generally rolling terrain through mature hardwoods dotted with large hemlocks. Approximately 0.3 mile in, you will pass a sheer rock face covered in moss and ferns. This adds some variation to the hike, but the dominant feature before the summit is the deep forest.

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"Best known for its mostly flat terrain, the northern section of the Adirondacks has many excellent extended canoe trips. Most notable is the Saint Regis Canoe Area. However, looming over this area of hundreds of ponds, lakes, and interconnected waterways is Saint Regis Mountain. For truly majestic views, its summit is unsurpassed.

The trail, marked with red disks, follows generally rolling terrain through mature hardwoods dotted with large hemlocks. Approximately 0.3 mile in, you will pass a sheer rock face covered in moss and ferns. This adds some variation to the hike, but the dominant feature before the summit is the deep forest."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Tupper Lake
Distance: 6.7 miles
Elevation Gain: 1,252 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 3–4 hours
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 1,622 feet
Top Elevation: 2,874 feet
Features: Views
Local Contacts: Northern Adirondack trail information www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9196.html
Local Maps: National Geographic Adirondack Park, Saranac/Paul Smiths (#746)

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Jun 2018