28 days ago

Snow and ice are now officially gone on the crows. Still a little wet but clear of the white and slippery stuff.

1 month ago

Wonderful hike! There was some snow and ice! Did it without microspikes but would recommend them! Also parked at the beginning of the seasonal road sign because we were in a car. Gets a little harder as you go up but is easy.

5 months ago

One of our favorite little hikes and will do over and over again!

I don’t think think we would do it again, but what an adventure and hike! Amazing views on the first 4 peaks, with the last being wooded.

9 months ago

We did Big Crow and Little Crow. It took about 2 1/2 hours. I would recommend parking your car at the parking area at the end of O Toole road and then walking downhill 1.4 miles to the little crow trailhead. The little crow trail head sign is easily missed. It is on Hurricane road, 0.2 miles from the beginning of O Toole Road. It is a little red marker about 2 feet off the ground. Once you are on the trail, it is a great trail with beautiful views. If you go the opposite way (that is how we went). Coming down Little Crow is tougher and walking 1.4 miles uphill sucks after you already hiked 2 mountains.

9 months ago

This is a great hike and it's fairly easy. I went with my seven year old daughter. It took about 20 minutes to get to the summit of Big Crow. We then did the Little Crow trail from there. Great views from both mountains. High Peaks in every direction. Over 3.5 miles on the trails (some side excursions) and appx 3 hour round trip including breaks.

Monday, March 06, 2017

We were unfortunate to attempt this 03/4/17 when it was a sheet of ice. Not to mention we were already out hiking that morning for 2 hrs in ZERO degree weather and 15mile an hour winds. whomp whomp, Without Crampons we didn't get too far. Would love to do it again when we aren't exhausted and better prepared not to mention, a tad warmer lol.

Friday, November 11, 2016

This is a great, quick hike with a big payoff. It's a good place to have a picnic with young family or just a quick cardio heart check.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Me and my brother did this hike in Early September on a week day and had most of the peaks to ourselves. From the parking lot it's a 3 mile walk through the woods down a gravel road. after that you begin you Climb up sawtooth . In my opinion that's the toughest part of the hike and it doesn't offer much of a veiw at all. the next few peaks are pretty beautiful I personally found pyramid to be my favorite ,Gothics is also pretty cool . Upper and lower wolf jaw are the last two peaks are really tough up and downs that's ultimately lead to a very limited veiw. Very challenging but beautiful hike . Bring plenty of water

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Did this hike after a couple days of rain, so conditions were quite muddy and slippery, but certainly doable with good boots. The "scenic" trail up Sawteeth wasn't as scenic as I'd hoped, but how can you not take a trail marked "scenic" in the Adirondacks? This hike took me 10.5 hours from the St. Huberts parking lot, so I'd recommend leaving early so you'll have more light on the descent where the mountain blocks the sun. If you're not trying to get all 46 I might skip Lower Wolfjaw - a lot of work for a disappointing view through the trees. Then again, it's the journey - not the destination!

Sunday, April 15, 2012

As with any hike originating out of the St Huberts parking lot and using the Lake Road - there are NO dogs allowed. You can only access these peaks via private AMR property - which does not allow dogs at all. Just a word of caution.

26 days ago

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Thursday, May 07, 2015