Yes. The park varies from 150 to 6200 ft. I used the location and altitude of the visitor center.
A bit too many pictures maybe. Will some text about the summits follow?
Wouldn't Rabbit Peak fit into this group too?
and this one:
but i guess Rabbit and Lorenzens are just outside the park and that's why they are not included?
I added a section for peaks that are real close by. Makes sense since you have to go into the park to get to them. Thanks.
The Adirondack state park includes 2.7 million acres of public land; the boundary encompasses 6.1 million acres of public + private.
Not sure if I read that on the net somewhere or just goofed, but either way I've fixed it. Thanks.
Well, technically Anza-Borrego is the biggest contiguous state park in the Lower 48. The 2.8 million acres within "Adirondack Park" that is state owned is technically known as a "Forest Preserve" and it is in all sorts of separate chunks.
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Please camp at least 100 feet from water and trails! LNT