Chimney Mountain Trail is a 2.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Indian Lake, NY that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and rock climbing.
tough hike but well worth the effort. the caves at the top were cool and so was the view
It was beautiful but my group almost got struck by lightning and died. It took about 2 hours to hike up. The camping on top was perfect. It took about 45 minutes to slide down the mountain in the pouring rain. Scared me for life. Would hike again XD
amazing. loved exploring the caves. the way down there's so much to explore.
Amazing! My favorite mountain to hike.
fantastic formations and awesome view, tons to explore
It was a real challenge for non-hikers, but totally worth it!
Great hike, 12 year old and 3 year old sons loved it, fantastic rock formations
Love this hike. My personal favorite.
Was a challenging but very rewarding hike with gear, found eagle cave and enjoyed the amazing view from both sides of the gully, and summed it up with a beautiful night under a crystal clear sky
nice climb... great trail...
nice trail... solid incline.... makes u work
It was great! It was short but steep, but this is my favorite place to go for adventure
It is a continuous climb. A few streams at the bottom to pass. Very rocky. Anyone can make it with some rests. Make sure you don't stop at the chimneys. Down and off to the right is a State campsite. The trail continues for a 1/4 mile to the summit where you get 360 views. It is worth continuing to the top. Great place to sit and soak up some sun on a nice day.
This a really fun, but intense hike that grows more intense the further up you climb. We had to take breaks along the way, especially towards the top. The summit was a lot of fun; there are tons of crevices and ledges to explore - you have to be extremely careful as there are tons of drop offs or holes you don't necessarily notice until you are inches away. I found it hard to find the caves, so I wasn't able to explore them.