The heart of the Adirondacks is right here in Newcomb. To experience an unscripted and unspoiled view of nature, you can begin at the Newcomb Overlook. Picnic and relax while drinking in a stunning and unique view of natural forest that makes up the High Peaks.
Visit the Visitor Interpretive Center for a glimpse of the Adirondack Park's history. Walk, bike, or ski to an Adirondack Great Camp for a guided tour. Relive history with the images of Teddy Roosevelt’s ascendance to the presidency during his stay here.
Photo: Antoni Zaborek Wildlife Photography
Play a round of golf... Canoe, kayak, swim, or waterski the miles of crystal clear waters. Play in the headwaters of the magnificent Hudson River, and make your campsite on the shores of a pristine lake. Make your getaway here for an uninterrupted respite from the rest of the world.
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Cliff Mountain is 44th out of the 46 Adirondack High Peaks, with an elevation of 3,960 ft.
Couchsachraga Peak is the 46th-highest of the Adirondack High Peaks, with an elevation of 3,820 ft.
Hanging Spear Falls
Hanging Spear Falls is a 75-foot high, hourglass-shaped falls on the Opalescent River near Calamity Mountain.
Iroquois Peak is the 8th largest peak in New York State with an elevation of 4,840 ft.
Mount Marshall is the 25th highest mountain in New York State., with an elevation of 4,360 feet.
Just upstream from Hanging Spear Falls on the Opalescent River is a 15-foot cascade that is sometimes referred to as Opalescent Falls.
Panther Peak is the 18th highest mountain in NY State, with an elevation of 4,442 ft.
Santanoni Peak is the 14th highest mountain in New York State, with an elevation of 4,607 ft.
If you're hiking near Lake Colden in the Adirondacks, be on the look out for an unnamed 25-foot cascade.
Adirondack Interpretive Center
The Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) features 3.6 miles of trails along the shoreline of Rich Lake and Rich Lake outlet.