Great hike on a cold snowy October day. Aside from the end, this isn't a very steep hike.
Some of the nicest views in the Catskills from Peekamoose summit. I was pressed for time and rushed a bit, round trip in 4hrs with a couple breaks at the viewpoints. Table Mountain left much to be desired but the hike across the saddle and up Peekamoose made everything worthwhile. A nice, easy hike for anyone interested.
Most perfect weather possible. Done with Table.
The trail was surprisingly dry considering the day before was a deluge of rain. It only took an hour and fifty minutes to the top and an additional twenty to hop over to Tabletop. One of the best swimming holes in the USA is right near the trailhead (Blue Hole).
Climbed with Table via the trail from County Road 42. A fun hike. Not much in the way of views. You have to go over to Table for those.
Hiked in from Denning TH to Table/Peekamoose. Great views on Peekamoose ledge. Bushwacked over to Lone/Rocky and down to the Neversink River. Great weather and views.
with Table. Made an "exploratory" trip down towards Lone, but the ridge was too snowy and the time too late. Stayed at the Table Mountain lean-to.
Great hike with my dog. Not many views but the forest was beautiful!
Five or so hours to climb both. Enjoyable with nice views just before the Peekamoose summit. Turned around before the lean-to.
Started at Peekamoose Rd. trailhead.
This was a fun one to do in the winter. A group of us dayhiked the "Bushwhack Range" with a car drop, hitting eight peaks: Peekamoose, Table, Lone, Rocky, Balsam Cap, Friday, Cornell and Wittenberg.
Incorporate Table with it.
not many views but good forest
This was a good hike through the forest.