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Lyon Mountain
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Elevation: 3820' (1164m)
Officially trailled
Location: N44.7047 W73.8628 (WGS84)
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Lyon Mountain is the farthest north of the larger peaks of the Adirondacks (which makes it a nice short drive if you are coming from Canada). There is a wide, straightforward (but steep at times) trail leading up the eastern side of the peak. The road to the trailhead isn't marked, but it is a short and good gravel road that heads off from Chazy Lake Road, a couple of miles south of where it meets highway 374. Summit has some nice open spots and a fire tower in good shape.

Andrew's climb logs of Lyon Mountain: [May 25, 2008]

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