The Snowy Views From Mount Colden In Upstate New York Are Well Worth The Trip

The High Peaks region of the Adirondack Mountains is one of the best areas in the Northeast for explorers who want to get a taste of New York’s most wondrous heights. One of those peaks is Mount Colden, the eleventh-highest point in the region. While the trails and wilderness of the High Peaks are not for the faint of heart, they showcase the area’s sheer beauty in breathtaking fashion.

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To learn more about Mount Colden, visit the Lake Placid tourism board website. Click here for the Avalanche Pass Trail AllTrails page.

If you’re looking for an enjoyable pit stop after a long, secluded hike in the wilderness, head up to Lake Placid after your trip for some fascinating Olympic history and hearty eats in a charming upstate town!

Address: Mt Colden, Keene, NY 12943, USA