The nation’s largest state park can be found in upstate New York.  The Adirondack Park is over 6 million acres, and boasts some of the most beautiful rivers, trails, mountains, and wildlife this world has ever seen (and I’m definitely not biased).

Located within the park are 46 mountains that have been deemed as “high peaks”, or those that were originally surveyed as reaching 4,000 feet or more in height.  Hike to the summit of all 46 of these bad boys and you will earn yourself the title of “Adirondack 46er”.


These peaks (in order of height) are listed below.

Personal trip reports can be found by clicking on the names of each mountain!

  1. Mount Marcy
  2. Algonquin Peak
  3. Mt. Haystack
  4. Mt. Skylight
  5. Whiteface Mountain
  6. Dix Mountain
  7. Gray Peak
  8. Iroquois Peak
  9. Basin Mountain
  10. Gothics
  11. Mount Colden
  12. Giant Mountain
  13. Nippletop
  14. Santanoni Peak
  15. Mount Redfield
  16. Wright Peak
  17. Saddleback Mountain
  18. Panther Peak
  19. Tabletop Mountain
  20. Rocky Peak Ridge
  21. Macomb Mountain
  22. Armstrong Mountain
  23. Hough Peak
  24. Seward Mountain
  25. Mt. Marshall
  26. Allen Mountain
  27. Big Slide Mountain
  28. Esther Mountain
  29. Upper Wolfjaw
  30. Lower Wolfjaw
  31. Street Mountain
  32. Phelps Mountain
  33. Mount Donaldson
  34. Seymour Mountain
  35. Sawteeth
  36. Cascade Mountain
  37. South Dix
  38. Porter Mountain
  39. Mt. Colvin
  40. Mt. Emmons
  41. Dial Mountain
  42. Grace Peak
  43. Blake
  44. Cliff Mountain (2)
  45. Nye Mountain
  46. Couchsachraga Peak


Directions to common trailheads and main parking areas can be found here.

Keep in mind that you may go faster or slower depending on the weather, how you’re feeling on any particular day, and the group that you’re with. Don’t base your estimated trip time off of ours.  Always bring a map, plenty of water, and the necessary equipment to stay the night in case you have to.