Blue Mountain (New York)

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Blue Mountain
BLUE MOUNTAIN AND BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE DEVOID OF TOURISTS WHO USUALLY ARE GONE BY LABOR DAY. THIS SCENE WAS TAKEN IN... - NARA - 554635.jpg
Blue Mountain Lake with Blue Mountain in the background
Highest point
Elevation 3,750 feet (1,140 m)
Listing Adirondack Hundred Highest 67th
Coordinates 43°52′21″N 74°24′04″W / 43.87250°N 74.40111°W / 43.87250; -74.40111Coordinates: 43°52′21″N 74°24′04″W / 43.87250°N 74.40111°W / 43.87250; -74.40111, 43°52′33″N 74°24′00″W / 43.87583°N 74.40000°W / 43.87583; -74.40000[1]
Geography
Blue Mountain is located in New York
Blue Mountain
Blue Mountain
Location of Blue Mountain within New York
Location E of Blue Mountain Lake, New York, U.S.
Topo map USGS Blue Mountain Lake

Blue Mountain is a peak in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State in the United States. Located east of Blue Mountain Lake, Hamilton County, the peak reaches a height of 3750 ft/1143m.[1] For hiking, the elevation gain is 1,559 feet (475 meters) and the trail length is four miles. The trailhead elevation is 2,200 feet (670.56 meters).[2] It is the location of the Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.[3]

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