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Traverse the High Peaks region of the Adirondack Park, summiting any of the forty-six highest mountains in New York State.
By far the most popular backpacking and mountaineering destination in the Adirondacks, forty-six of peak rise over 4,000 feet in elevation. Completing all forty-six summits earns some the lifetime goal of becoming an ADK 46er.
To help preserve these pristine lands, New York Department of Environmental Conservation limits groups in this region of the Adirondacks to 7 participants plus the guide.
Keene Valley to Upper Works
40-50 miles/day over the 5-day trek
Start at the Garden in Keene Valley, ending at Tahawus (Upper Works) in Newcomb. Ascend 11 High Peaks including:
- Big Slide
- Lower Wolfjaw
- Upper Wolfjaw
Full pack ascent over Marcy the highest peak in New York State.
Approx 35 miles/day over the 5-day trek
Starting and ending at Tahawus (Upper Works) in Newcomb. Ascend for Adirondack High Peaks including:
Pharaoh Wilderness Area
20-40 miles/day over the 5-day trek
Pharaoh mountain ascent of 2550 feet. Camping along several kettles likes Pharaoh in the center of this beautiful wilderness area.
Transportation waived fee depending on start/end locations. This trek can begin directly from our base camp.
Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area
One of the last remaining true wilderness backcountry experiences within 107,740 acres. Various scenery includes:
- Auger Falls
- Bog Meadow
- Siamese Ponds
This area can be accessed from many different locations with a variety of hiking conditions. Several possible mountain ascents exist. This trip can include hiking to Chimney Mountain where time can be spent caving and/or rock climbing.
A caving/climbing guide/instructor option is available for this trek.
The ADK High Peaks Trail Map is available from the ADK Mountain Club to help plan your trip.
You can also contact our camping department at firstname.lastname@example.org