Member Trip report

rocky + lone mountains - catskill 3500


Trip Report/Photos from markhoughtaling

Featured Photo

hiking guide moe said these are two of the most remote peaks in the catskills and he was not wrong. it's about and 11 mile lollipop following the unmarked fisherman's path for much of the way along the pretty neversink river. it was a long day but i completely lost track of the time. the trail, the river, the woods were all so picturesque the time flew by. and the gorgeous weather did not hurt either. these peaks are not known for their views but moe knew a side trail off the summit of rocky that led to a viewpoint that's up there with the best in the catskills.

these were numbers 29 and 30 (out of 33 peaks over 3500 feet).  i'm planning to knock off the final three when i tack the devil's path in early july -- wish me luck!

  There are 25 photos in Album (Note: Move mouse pointer over larger pic and click on NEXT for better viewing)

Hiking, backpacking, camping or vacation adventures, GayOutdoors [GO] has been the LGBTQ outdoorzy community leader for the last 22 years. We are an informal group of diverse hiking enthusiasts in the United States with a shared love of the mountains who prefer hiking with friends. We invite you to join us on our hikes, to post hikes for other members to join you and to share your hiking photos, stories and advice.

Become A Member

If you find it invigorating to hike along a mountain trail with friends not knowing what’s just around the corner, to get some fresh air, to stop and soak in the views on a summit, and to soak your feet in a mountain brook after a hike, give us a try!


Powered by - ColdFusion Experts