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HIGH PEAKS REGION TOPO (Sample Portion: Fourpeaks Area)
High Peaks Topographic Map provides an overview of High Peaks hiking trails, rivers, lakes and other natural attractions of the region. Useful for motoring as well. Includes Fourpeaks area.
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How to buy this map.
More Adirondack Maps.
Index to 6 pages of Fourpeaks Road and Trail Maps.
Fourpeaks Hiking/Walking Trails: Trail Notes with Beauty Spots.
HOW TO BUY THIS MAP. The full size 35x44 High Peaks Region color map is published by Plinth, Quoin and Cornice Associates, Keene Valley, NY 12943. Available in bookstores and outdoor shops throughout the Adirondacks. It may also be purchased by phone from The Mountaineer in Keene Valley 518-576-2281, $5.50 plus shipping.
High Peaks Region Topo Map (Sample Portion: Fourpeaks Area.)
In the midst of over 3,000 acres of New York State and private forest lands with no access except for Stonehouse Road, Fourpeaks is miles away from development of any kind. The topographic representation show the "Hidden Valley" character at Fourpeaks, with four moderate mountain peaks close by (Bassett, Wainwright, Ebenezer and Rattlesnake Knob) . An ideal protected site for early settlers. Seven families lived here during the last century. The schoolhouse was at the bottom of the hill. Homesites still marked by open fields and cellars. See them at Sugar Camp, Boughton Field, Farmhouse Field and on the road to Ridge Camp. Compare this with Fourpeaks Topo Map.
More Adirondack Maps are available at The Mountaineer in Keene Valley and may be ordered by phone. (See email below.)
RE: Plinth, Quoin and Cornice Associates
Tue, 27 Nov 2007 13:11:37 -0500
"'Martin \(Your Adirondack Guide\)'"
There are 7 maps published by Plinth, Quoin and Cornice Associates. Six of
the maps, High Peaks, West-Central Wilderness Area, Central Mountains, Lake
George Region, Northwest Lakes and the Canoe map, are all in the scale of
1:62,500. These six maps are all 7 1/2" x 8 3/4" folded and Unfold to a size
of 44 1/2" x 35". The Canoe map is double sided, one side is the Fulton
Chain of Lakes and the opposite side is The Saint Regis Canoe area. These
maps were last undated in 1983.
The 7th map is called "The Adirondack Park". The folded size is 8 1/2" x
11". The unfolded size is 44" x 33 1/2". This map shows the entire park,
public and private land as 1986. The scale is 1:200,000. The Price of maps
are $5.50 Plus shipping. I think anyone interested in purchasing any of the
maps should call the shop at (518) 576-2281, and we will be happy to answer
any questions and take an order.
PO Box 66
1866 Route 73
Keene Valley, NY 12943
Hiking/Walking Trails & Beauty Spots.
Home to seven families during the last century, Fourpeaks valley is covered by developed roads and skid trails settlers used to access their fields, woodlots and pasture lands. A fire on Basset Mountain in the early 60's left a network of fire roads as well. Salvage harvesting after the great Ice Storm in January '98 improved access to the higher elevations. Fourpeaks 4 mountains (Bassett, Wainwright, Rattlesnake and Ebenezer) are friendly 2,000-foot peaks which can provide hours and days of pleasant discovery for both the seasoned hiker and everyday walker--afoot, or on snowshoes or skis! Trails lead to summits and ridges with river, valley and mountain views, and to beauty spots worth visiting. For a private experience you don't have to drive to--away from the crowds on overused public 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.
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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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