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June 6 2023


The Adirondack Mountains are located in upstate New York and cover an area of approximately 6.1 million acres. The mountains have a rich history, dating back to the Native American tribes who have lived in the region for more than 10,000 years. Some notable peaks in the range include Mount Marcy, Algonquin Peak, and Whiteface Mountain. Mount Marcy is the highest peak in New York State and stands at an elevation of 5,344 feet. The Adirondacks have over 2,000 miles of rivers and streams, including the Hudson River, which is 315 miles long and is the largest river in the region. The Adirondack Mountains also have a unique hydrology system, with thousands of lakes and ponds that serve as a source of water for the region. Interesting facts about the Adirondacks include the fact that the region contains the largest protected area in the contiguous United States and is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including moose, black bears, and bald eagles.

Peak Elevation
Hurricane Mt 3694
Haystack 4960
Upper Wolf Jaw 4180
Dix 4856
Gothics 4738
Algonquin Peak 5114
Wallface Mountain 3727
Phelps 4163
Street mountain 4167
Chimney Mountain 2721
Colden 4714
Mount Marcy 5344
Big slide 4239
Lower Wolfjaw Mtn 4177
Giant 4629
Cascade 4098

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