Sunrise – Sunset Times Catskill Mountains

Planning is an essential part of any hike. One piece of data that’s important is how much daylight do you have? Below is the sunrise-sunset for Big Indian for the next 2 to 3-months.

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Nov 2020

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Dec 2020

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Jan 2021

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A definition on the calendar:

Twi: civil Twilight, Dawn & Dusk

Civil twilight is defined as the time when the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon and up to the time it has risen, or the time between when it has set to when it is 6 degrees below the horizon. In the morning this time period is known as dawn—in the evening it is called dusk.

The end of dusk and the start of dawn are the limits at which illumination is sufficient, under good weather conditions, for terrestrial objects to be clearly distinguished; at these times, the horizon is clearly defined and the brightest stars are visible under good atmospheric conditions in the absence of moonlight or other illumination. In the morning before the beginning of civil twilight and in the evening after the end of civil twilight, artificial illumination is normally required to carry on ordinary outdoor activities.

The time displayed on this site is when the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon.

Please note changes in access and rules for hiking and camping in the Adirondacks and Catskills during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please act responsibly during this stressful period. Please read the DEC info carefully. Read more here!

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