Great hike on a cold snowy October day. Aside from the end, this isn't a very steep hike from Peekamoose.
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 short breaks at the viewpoints. Table left much to be desired but the hike across the saddle and up Peekamoose made everything worthwhile. A nice, easy hike for anyone interested.
Done with Peekamoose. Lovely hike.
After the drenching the day before there wasn't anyone on the trail. Two hours and ten minutes to hit the summit area from a starting point beyond Peekamoose. Nice steady, easy hike.
Climbed with Peekamoose via the trail from County Road 42. Better views from Table than from Peekamoose. Overall, a pleasant but unspectacular hike.
Climbed Table, nice views on ascent, and Peekamoose from Denning TH. Bushwacked over to Lone/Rocky, then down to the Neversink River. One of the nicest areas of the Catskill Mountains.
with peekamoose. stayed the night at the lean-to. woo.
Five or so hours to climb both. Enjoyable with nice views just before the Peekamoose summit. Turned around before the lean-to.
Backpacked over this one. Come to think of it I have backpacked over most of these peaks in the Catskills. Just a gluton for punishment I guess.
Back packed this in the winter. Very fun, but very cold. Had a blast with a bunch of my friends while doing it. Saw a giant snow bunny!
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.
Has to be done with Peekamoose and it is a nice little dayhike.
could not find the viewpoint
I went over Peekamoose first, then made my way to Table. An easy and enjoyable two mountains in the Catskills