Montgomery Hollow Mountain is a 3040′ and Catskill 67 peak located near the Town of Roxbury. It derives its name from the hollow that is located to the north; Montgomery Hollow. The peak is also known as Walt’s Knob. One could do a twofer combining it with its taller neighbors White Man Mountain or its parent Roundtop. In any case, you’ll need the landowner’s permission to enter the property. If you have time you can take a visit to the Burroughs Memorial his final resting place which was near his childhood home and farm; Woodchuck Lodge which is minutes away across the valley.
This peak is entirely on private land. You must obtain the landowner’s permission before entering this property.
Please be mindful of COVID19 during this hiking season.
|Elevation:||3040+ feet, 927+ meters|
|Lat / Lon:||42° 17’35” N, 74° 31’13” W|
|Nearest higher neighbor:||White Man Mountain (3050′) 0.87-miles SW|
|Line parent:||Roundtop (3440′) 1.5-miles E|
|Key-col:||2858′ in col between Montgomery Hollow and Roundtop Mountains|
|Range:||Catskill Mountains > North-Central Catskills*|
|Summit forest:||Northern hardwood|
|USGS Quad:||Roxbury O42074c5 1:24,000|
|Maps and Guide:||Catskill 67, A Hiker’s Guide|
NY-NJTC Digital Trail Maps
|* note||Range used to coincide with Catskill 67, A Hiker’s Guide.|
Map of Montgomery Hollow Mountain
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Backwoods wanderer with a passion for backpacking, hiking, and exploring the wilds of the Catskills and Adirondacks in New York. A Catskill 3500 Club Member and Adirondack Forty-Sixer. Climbed Mount Rainier. Professionally an Exercise Physiologist.