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  • New York Cabin New York Cabin.
    Not just any cabin. A totally private, highly secluded, authentic Adirondack cabin at a unique mountain setting in the High Peaks of New York's 6-million acre Adirondack Park--the largest controlled use recreation area in the East. (That's the big empty white spot at the top of New York State.)
    NY? NJ? MA? PA? QC? Just hours from Home!
    Don't settle for a "cabin colony" cabin with no space or privacy. Or just anybody's ho-hum vacation rental. Find our Fourpeaks Adirondack Backcountry Cabins for an authentic Adirondack Experience.

    (1)On the New York State locator map (below) find the Northway (I87) to Essex County.
    (2)On the New York Cabin Essex County Road Map look for the state roads off the Interstate to Keene. Fourpeaks is on Stonehouse Road off Route 9N near Jay. CLICK & GO!  (On this page.)   Index to 6 pages of Fourpeaks Road and Trail Maps.   About Jay and the Covered Bridge.   Guest Note: ". . . my aunt and uncle are looking for a place further north."  (A Geography Lesson.)   (On the next page.)  Driving Directions: How to Get to Your Rental.
    .New York State. Essex County Located. .Essex County Highway Map.

    Highways to Fourpeaks: A network of limited access modern Interstates make getting there easy. Explore Fourpeaks Hiking/Walking Trails. Fourpeaks Maps: HIGHWAYS, ROADS & TRAILS
    1. Where in the world is Fourpeaks?. (In the upper right hand corner of New York State.)
    2. New York Cabin Map. NY? NJ? MA? PA? QC? Just hours from Home!
    3. Fourpeaks Trail Map. Hiking/walking trails and beauty spots on our 700 wilderness acres. Location map for backcountry camps. [CLICK HERE for Trail Notes to accompany map.]
    4. Fourpeaks Tree Map. Trail Map with Locator Symbols for our Sugar Maples, Popple (Quaking Aspen), Eastern Pine, White Cedar, Black Spruce, Beech and Hemlock. [CLICK HERE for the complete Guide Visit Our Trees! to accompany map.]
    5. Fourpeaks Topographic Maps. Shows Fourpeaks "Hidden Valley" surrounded by our four 2,000-ft. peaks. 34x42 map for sale.
    6. Map of Stonehouse Road. Take a walk back into history on our pretty one-lane dirt road.
    7. Map of old Stonehouse Road. Stonehouse Road is now open all the way to Hardy Road, Wilmington.
    8. Map of Jay NY AuSable River Beauty Spots with 1/4 mile river walk, shoals and islands, swimming holes and the old Covered Bridge.

    (A Geography Lesson.)

    Subject: Re: remote wilderness cabin to celebrate her 60th birthday
    From: Jackie W*** w*
    Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 22:02:01 -0800 (PST)  To: Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)
    Dear Martin,
    Thanks for the quick reply. I just returned from a trip and am sorting through emails. It turns out that my aunt and uncle are looking for a place further north i.e. in Vermont or Northern New Hampshire. I'll let you know if something changes.
    Thanks, Jackie
    Subject: Re: a remote wilderness cabin to celebrate her 60th birthday
    From: Martin (Your Adirondack Guide)
    Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 08:10:41 -0500 To: Jackie W*** w*
    NY and VT are equally "north." NH is not.
    NH is under VT. The most 'north' in the US
    is ND.
    My Fourpeaks is as far North in NY as you
    can get without being in Canada. You will
    not find a "a remote wilderness cabin" for
    them to rent any place else, except maybe WI
    but that's not as "north."
    Hope this helps.
    PS Why don't they look for it themselves?

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    Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all.    Are you in this picture?  CLICK HERE to find out!    [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]

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