Seward Mountain is the 24th highest Mountain in New York State, with an elevation of 4,361 ft.
This mountain is 16 miles long and will take 17 hours to hike.
Seward Mountain was named after William Henry Sweard who was one of the founders of the Republican Party and secretary of state in Lincoln's cabinet.
The route to the Seward Range begins at the bridge 0.2 miles southeast of the clearing where the red foot trail from Coreys joins the truck trail. This is also the third bridge northwest of Ward Brook lean-to. The route starts at the east side of the brook, but crosses after about 0.5 miles to follow traces of old tote roads on the west side to the end of the second growth, where blowdown and steep climbing begins.