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More trail
another shot of the trail as we ascend Mount Colvin. [enlarge]
courtesy Markus
Marcy and Haystack
The summit of Mount Colvin affords an excellent view across to Haystack and Marcy, two of the very highest mountains in the state of NY. [enlarge]
Lower Ausable Lake from Colvin
A view looking northeastward from the Summit of Mount Colvin. The northeast end of Lower Ausable lake is visible, along with Indian head and the fishhawk cliffs to the right, now looking much smaller and farther away than before. [enlarge]
Cinnamon Danish cookies on Colvin
The cookies make another summit! [enlarge]
Blake Peak
This is a shot taken from a lookout near the summit of Mount Colvin. From here, one can see down the ridge southwest to Blake Peak. Not looking like a super interesting peak from here! [enlarge]
Rough trail to Blake
The from Colvin to Blake peak starts off nicely enough, but nearing Blake it is a steep tricky mess.... [enlarge]
courtesy Markus
Blake's "Summit"
The summit of Blake peak is treed, and with no views whatsoever. I nominate it as the most uninteresting 46er peak I have so far visited. [enlarge]
Another view from Colvin
Markus took this shot on the return over Mount Colvin. Here, several peaks of the Great Range can be seen: Basin, Saddleback and Gothics. [enlarge]
courtesy Markus
Interactive trackmap with photo points - Colvin and Blake - click map to view
Colvin and Blake (+ Indian Head and Fish Hawk Cliffs)
Start Time: 8:42AM
End Time: 5:59PM
Duration: 9h16m
Distance: 24.66 km (15.33 mi)
Average Speed: 2.7 km/hr (1.7 mph)
Start Elevation: 1253ft (382m) *
Max Elevation: 4090ft (1246m) *
Min Elevation: 1251ft (381m) *
End Elevation: 1313ft (400m) *
* : +/- 75 feet
Elevation profile over distance
This is a GPS-derived elevation profile of the hike, graphed over distance. Total distance was approximately 24 km. [enlarge]
Elevation profile over time
This is a GPS-derived elevation profile of the hike, graphed over time. [enlarge]
Annotated Topographic Map of hike
This is a topographic map of the area over which the hike traverses, overlain with a GPS-derived track of our actual hike. [enlarge]
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