Gray Peak is the 7th highest mountain in New York State, with en elevation of 4,840 ft.
The hike is about 16 miles and will typically take 14 hours to climb round trip.
Gray Peak is the highest mountain without a maintained trail leading to the summit. Most hikers take a path leading from Lake Tear of the Clouds, but sometimes it is hard to find the trail head. Note, there is a small cairn marking the start of the path, so keep your eyes peeled!
Gray Peak might be a little tough for inexperienced hikers, so if you're not into bushwhacking, you may want to rethink this journey.