Elevation: 2720' (829m)
Location: N44.1124 W73.8231 (WGS84)
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Indian Head is a prominent outcrop of cliff and rock above the lower end of Lower Ausable Lake. It offers one of the best views in the Adirondacks - namely, the view up the Fjord-like valley between Mount Colvin and Sawteeth. An easy hike, and a 'must-do'.
Andrew's climb logs of Indian Head: [Jun 6, 1999], [Aug 31, 2003], [Mar 5, 2005], [Jul 30, 2017]