Tag Archives: Table Mountain

Chris and Jarrett hiking on the Table - Peekamoose Trail

Peekamoose and Table Mountains, in the southern Catskills, are the end of the chain of peaks that sit below Slide Mountain and are require climbs by the Catskill 3500 Club. These two wonderful peaks can be hiked on the trail from the north from Denning or the South from Peekamoose Road. Either way, you’ll work for the summits. A third and in our opinion more fun way is by hiking Lone and crossing the ridge…

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Lone and Table Mountains from Paul's Lookout

Lone Mountain is one of 4 trailless peaks below Slide Mountain south of the Burroughs Range. At 3,721′ it ranks 16th of the Catskill 35 high peaks and is a required climb for the Catskill 3500 Club. The 4 peaks of Lone, Rocky, Balsam Cap, and Friday are collectively known as the “Bushwhack Range”. You’ll need a map and compass to navigate this peak. Lone is the westernmost peak in the range just northeast of…

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View from Paul's Lookout on the Curtis - Ormsbee Trail

The blue blazed Curtis – Ormsbee Trail is a short connector trail in the Slide Mountain Wilderness of the Catskill Mountains. It provides the hiker with a beautiful alternative to the “dog route” from the Slide Mountain Trail Head, or as part of the main approach coming from Denning. In its 1.65-mile length, the hiker will find fine views, first growth forest, and interesting trail-side scenery. History behind the Curtis – Ormsbee Trail The Curtis-Ormsbee Trail…

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First Aid

This July (2014) we were off to Peekamoose and Table Mountains in the Catskills. It was going to be a great day. Yes, I said going to be a GREAT day! Yup, sun was out, cool breeze and great company. Peekamoose and Table Mountains are the most southern of the Catskill High Peaks and offer some fine hiking, top rate backcountry camping, beautiful wilderness forests, and some awe-inspiring views. The distance to the summits from…

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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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