Take a switchback trail up the mountain with occasional views. Then, hike on old mountain road with great views of Broughton Ledges. Follow the loop back to the switchback trail down to the trailhead.
Owl Head Lookout is a true hidden gem, and should not be overlooked! In any season, but especially in fall, the views of the sweeping forest will absolutely take your breath away.
This is a wonderful open peak with a fire tower that is being restored and can now be climbed, even though the tower is not needed for some of the best views in the High Peaks.
For a short but sweet walk in the wilderness, check out the Grizzle Ocean loop in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area.
Crane Pond is a beautiful gem in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness.
Berrymill Pond is a scenic destination with hiking, camping, and paddling!
How to get there From the Ticonderoga traffic circle, head south on Route 9N for 23 miles. The trail entrance will be on the right. If you pass the driveway with the stone lions, you have gone too far. The trailhead on Route 9N is not marked look for...
Deer Leap is more of a cliff over the lake and resides lower than the actual hill.
Brown Mountain a great destination or can be made part of a longer trip. Either way, you can't go wrong. And the views are superb!
Bear Pond is a fine wilderness destination that doesn't require much effort!