Big Slide Mountain
Big Slide Mountain is the 27th highest peak in the Adirondacks. It has an asymmetric profile when viewed from the east or west with a very steep and impressive smooth bare rock south face. The trail on the east side ascends just to the right of the smooth face, and is therefore very steep. Big Slide is ideally positioned for providing perfect views of the entire Great Range. Marcy, Colden, and the MacIntyres, although a bit farther away, are still very prominent from Big Slide's summit.
This image is from the presentation "Big Slide and Yard 2003".

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