Coney Mountain

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within Adirondack Park
Distance (1-way): 2.00 miles

(2.2 miles round trip, easy) Coney Mountain is a small peak in the Adirondack Region of New York State. At only about 2260 Feet, it does not qualify as one of the 46 4000 footers. Coney does offer spectacular 360 degree views of the area making it a great choice for a short hike. Marked by blue DEC trail markers, the trail angles southwest and crosses several wooden boardwalks over a wet area. Then, to keep the grade as gentle as possible, the trail gradually ascends on a looping route around the foot of the mountain-all the while climbing through open hardwoods. Length is 1.1 miles with an elevation gain of 523 feet and a moderate difficulty. The trailhead is located on Route 30 between Tupper Lake and Long Lake, just north of a snowplow turnaround at the Hamilton - Franklin county line. Soon after entering the woods, the trail turns right and leads to an information kiosk and trail register.

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