Hike: Mount Marcy

Mt. Marcy in the Adirondacks
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Try hiking to Mount Marcy, in New York State, and taking in the breathtaking view. Here are some articles on the different trails you can take to this mountain.

Adirondack High Peaks: Mt. Marcy

Mount Marcy is the highest point in New York State, with an elevation of 5343 feet (1629 m). It is a popular destination for hikers due to its stature and great views. Located in Essex County, the mountain is in the heart of the …

Publish Date: 07/01/2010 12:02

http://run-a-bout.blogspot.com/2010/07/adirondack-high-peaks-mt-marcy.html

Hike Mt. Marcy by hiking the Van Hoevenberg trail.

Are you interested in a challenging day hike? Scale Mt. Marcy by hiking the Van Hoevenberg trail.

Publish Date: 08/13/2007 16:19

http://www.lake-placid-area-guide.com/MtMarcy.html

zib and alex: Mount Marcy 5344 feet, Adirondacks, NY

Mount Marcy’s summit can be accessed by 2 different trails, from either the east or west. Both trails are well marked with blazes, however at times the 6 feet of snow cover the blazes completely. This was one of the easy to spot …

Publish Date: 04/25/2007 11:12

http://socivilized.blogspot.com/2007/04/mount-marcy-5344-feet-adirondacks-ny.html

Hiking Mt. Marcy, highest point in New York State | Outdoor Lifestyle

See also the Mount Marcy photo gallery. The hike to the top was about 15 miles round trip with about 3274′ of elevation gain. Unlike trails in the west, there were no switchbacks, it just went straight up after an initial two miles …

Publish Date: 01/26/2009 9:35

http://outdoorlifestyle.com/new-york/hiking-mt-marcy-highest-point-new-york-state

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