Pretty steep, but not too tough. Definitely a fun one.
Like the rest of the Devil's Path peaks, I've been up Twin in numerous ways at numerous times of the year in numerous combinations. I love them all though! Twin offers nice views from the summit and the "rock city" on the descent is always interesting.
Took Devils Path and paired this with Indian Head for a fun albeit muddy Saturday
Of the three peaks I did that day (Indian Head, Twin, and Sugarloaf) the views here are what got me to sit down and take a break.
Along the Devil's path... Nicest views on the trail.
Indian Head> Twin> Sugarloaf> Roaringkill and back via Road.
Twin was by far the nicest. Incredible views.
With a meetup.com group, eastern half of the DP as a backpack.
From Rt 214 to Prediger Rd.
Great Peak, views are great!
Some of the best views in the Catskills, tough 9 Mile loop, great ridge walk across Indian Head. Stopped at nearby Plattekill Falls, not to be missed.
Was a perfect day with plenty of snow. The trail was messed up though from people who chewed it up without wearing snowshoes, and caused my friends snowshoe to break. We still made it though!
Part of the Devil's Path Backpack done this week end. I will always remember the white sandy trail.
Climbed with Plateau and Sugarloaf via the Devil's Path from Elka Park Road. It was rough going from the Sugarloaf col to Twin's rocky summit but the views made it worth it. We'll have to vist the south summit when we return to tackle Indian Head. A fun fall hike indeed.
Starting from Pecoy Notch. Began to rain almost near the summit. That climb is not so much fun in the rain. Continued on to Indian Head from there, and returned to Pecoy Notch. It's even more difficult descending when the rock is wet, post rainstorm.
Amazing views on the way back when the weather cleared.
started from prediger with the temp at about zero. the views from both peaks were fantastic but the intense wind kept me from lingering for too long.
Nice views and a fun hike.
Great views and the Devils Path is a ton of fun.
In the Catskills!
unless you have a day with no views, Twin is a good peak to visit on the Devil's Path.