Santanoni Peak is the 14th highest mountain in New York State, with an elevation of 4,607 ft.
Santanoni Peak is a 10 hour trek that is 11.4 miles long and is located in Essex County, New York.
The word "Santanoni" is beleived to be an Abenaki deravitave of "Saint Anthony." When the first French fur traders and missionaries enhabated the area, they named the land after Saint Anthony of Padua.
Hiking Santanoni Peak can be a little tricky. There are no bare summits or open ridges, which means there is a lot of thick forest and underbrush. If you like to rough it, bring your map and compass and hit the trail!