I've climbed Indian Head in numerous combinations and various times of the year. Regardless of the combo, it's always a fun time!
Took Devils Path and paired is with Twin for a fun albeit muddy Saturday
Sugarloaf, Twin, and Indian Head. This was slightly easier than the other two.
Sauntering along the Devil's Path...
Indian Head> Twin> Sugarloaf> Roaringkill and back via Road.
Indian was ok... The summit views left much to be desired. Beautiful day.
Climbid in early Spring with a hard snowpack. The switchback about 2/3 of the way up can be harrowing when slick. Great views and a great shelter on the east side by the Overlook Trail junction.
About 12 inches of snow. One intersting section with ice an packed snow.
From the lean-to by Prediger Rd to the Mink Hollow lean-to. With a meetup.com group.
Camped just east of Rt 214, then did eastern Devil's Path.
Tough 9 Mile loop, great views, visit to Plattekill Falls was icing on the cake.
Great well maintained hike. Tons of snow, and cool views!
Climbed Indian Head as a loop hike from the eastern terminus of the Devil's Path. Good views and fun scrambles along the way. Got a thunderstorm on the way down.
Trip report of my Indian Head Mountain hike.
Up from Jimmy Dolan Notch coming from Twin. Rain stopped just as I reached the summit. Fun climb. Slippery when wet. ;)
has some great views, one or two very steep but short sections. when I descended, I started east from the summit. It took me MUCH longer than I anticipated, and I thought I was going at a fairly quick pace, just a warning.
I took the Devil's Path from the beginning. This was nice in the springtime. I tried to get there early for sunrise, but I arrived too late.
I climbed this on a crisp morning in May 2006. There were some interesting steep sections.
Indian Head, Twin, Sugarloaf, Plateau. One very long day.
The quest continues...
a good catskill hike with some nice scrambling too heading east on te Devils Path
Excellent hike also hit the kitchen for light climbing