Cat and Thomas Mountains Preserve

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Trail to Thomas Mountain follows logging road as it winds up the mountain for approximately 1.5 miles and ends at a quaint cabin (not accessible to the public). Trail to Cat Mountain begins at same trailhead following logging road, past wetlands and beaver ponds, ultimately reaching 270 degree views of Lake George and Adirondacks. From the start at intersection with Thomas Mountain's orange trail (0.75 mi. from parking area) the trail to Cat Mountain is approximately 2.5 miles, or 3.25 mi. from the parking area. This preserve is an 1850-acre parcel maintained by the Lake George Land Conservancy. One of Lake George's larger tributaries, Finkle Brook, flows thru the preserve and forms Edgecomb Pond.

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