Street Mountain is the 31st-highest of New York's High Peaks with an elevation of 4,166 ft.
This hike is 8.8 miles and will take about 9.5 hours to complete.
Street Mountain was named after Alfred Billings Street who was a New York State law librarian and author of "The Indian Pass."
To get to Street Mountain, start at the west corner of Heart Lake and follow the old Nye Ski trail. There are signs that will guide you to the trail. Follow that trail till you end up at Indian Pass Brook. Cross the brook and pick up the new trail on the other side. Eventually you will come to an intersection on the plateau between Street and Nye and there will be signs clearly marked "S" for Street Mountain and "N" for Nye Mountain. Head down "S" and about .6 miles you will have reached the top.