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Street and Nye Trail

Very Difficult

Trail

3.7 mile 6.0 kilometer point to point
69% Runnable
Very Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 2,265' 690 m
Descent: -323' -98 m
High: 4,182' 1,275 m
Low: 2,013' 614 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 13% (7°)
Max Grade: 46% (25°)

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Trail shared by John Maurizi

Knock off Number 31 on the list of ADK 46ers by tackling Street Mountain.

John Maurizi

Features Fall Colors · River/Creek

Description

While Street Mountain is considered a trail-less 46'er, there is a trail that is well worn and easy to follow for the most part. From the Heart Lake parking lot, follow a gravel trail around the north end of the lake until you reach a sign that states "Old Nye Ski Trail." Follow this to the right and after about 1.5 miles you'll reach Indian Pass Brook. Here the ski trail comes to an end, but a foot path continues on the other side. This stream is wide and easy to cross in the summer. However, if running in the spring, be prepared for a difficult crossing due to swift and high water. The other issue crossing this stream is picking up the trail once across. There are several locations to cross. This is due to people looking for the best place to cross, which depends on water levels. If crossing at the first point you can access the stream, turn right once across and follow the faint trail until the trail turns left and travels uphill.

Another 0.5 miles from the stream crossing there is another stream crossing, but this one is easy and not very wide. After this point, the trail climbs steadily along a rocky and root-covered trail. At about mile 3, you come to a trail junction with Nye Mountain Trail. This is actually carved into a tree.

Turn left to the summit of Street Mountain. This is the most enjoyable section because the trail travels through rocks and trees covered in many shades of green moss. There is no view from the actual summit—only a sign. A trail continues to possible viewpoints but nothing definitive.

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Land Manager: NY DEC - Region 5 Office

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Trail above 3500 feet is rough but lined with green moss. Beautiful
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY
Unmaintained trail to Street and Nye.
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY
First crossing point for Indian Pass Brook.
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY
Trail direction carved into tree for Street Mountain (to the left) and Nye Mountain (to the right).
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY
Turn off to the unmaintained trail to Street and Nye.
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY
Summit of Street Mountain. No views.
Sep 7, 2017 near Lake Pl…, NY

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