With Flanders as a throw-in after our annual hiking trip was done. Beautiful area though. Lots of people.
My 6 year old Florida girl's first "climb" :)
good hike to do with fat people.....ok, that was mean. I'm sorry!
Anyone and everyone can climb this mountain...and do.
For something below 2000 feet the view was incredible. Thirty minute hike from the trailhead off Route 11. Hot day when I hiked it.
Decided to climb this at the last minute and didn't regret my decision. The day was perfect with magnificent view of the lake. I recommend this climb as you won't be disappointed.
Nice short hike with great views, however, thunderclouds rolled in as we reached the summit, and we almost got struck by lightning. We will definitely go back at some point soon.
A nice little hike, great views, always crowded especially in the summer.
I haven't done it in the winter but I bet the slabs accumulate a lot of ice.
We climbed the main trail both up and down. Had tons of ice up top once you got out of the trees. Amazing views!
One of the first hikes I took, and we go about once a summer. Lots of fun ledge scrambles near the summit on the Main trail, although these can be bypassed
We hiked Mt. Major on an overcast day. Scores of people on the top as this is a very popular trip even when the views are minimal.
It's sort of a family mountain for us. Dad still takes the Grandkids up every once in a while. Thanks Pop.
Boy, are there a gazillion more trails up this now
360 Panorama, Class 2 Scrambling, and a treeless top. Not bad for mountain not reaching 1800 feet.