|Adirondack 46 High Peaks (ranked from highest to lowest)|
|29||Upper Wolf Jaw||4185|
|30||Lower Wolf Jaw||4175|
(formerly East Dix)
|Although the most recent USGS measures MacNaughton at 4000', 46ers are not required to climb it.|
Hiking In The Adirondacks: 46ers
High Peaks Hikes - ADK 46ers
Hiking in the Adirondack High Peaks is very popular, whether it's in the spring, summer or fall. There are a myriad of trails throughout the peaks as well as different locations for accessing the peaks. In the winter you'll find folks snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the trails. The Adirondack High Peaks is the name given to 46 mountain peaks in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, that were originally believed to comprise all of the Adirondack peaks higher than 4,000 feet (1,219 m). However, later surveying showed that four of the peaks in the group are actually under this elevation, and one peak that should have been included was overlooked. Due to tradition, no mountains were removed from or added to the group as a result of the revised elevation estimates.
34 of the ADK 46 lie in wilderness areas. We plan and lead both day and camping trips for those who are interested in climbing a high peak or becoming an ADK 46er. An ADK 46er refers to an individual who has climbed all 46 high peaks of the Adirondacks. It is a personal challenge that will reward you with memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.
Guided High Peaks Trips