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 Graham

Often paired with a hike to Balsam Lake, the hike to Graham’s summit ends at the incongruous concrete-and-iron ruin of an old TV repeater station. Permission is required to climb Graham and Doubletop mountains.

 Graham Hiking Trails & Hikes

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Accessing Doubletop & Graham Requires Advance Permission

For Graham & Doubletop, a reminder that permission to hike these lands is required in advance — and is currently being granted only to hikers who live in neighboring counties.

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Thru-Hike Doubletop, Graham & Balsam Lake

This hike really has it all: stream crossings, herd paths, bear prints, a canister, a memorably steep descent, a true bushwhack, a rugged ascent, an ice grotto, some old ruins and, to top it all off, a fire tower with amazing sunset views.

fire tower view across conifer forest

Hiking Trail: Graham Mountain Herd Path & Balsam Lake Loop

This long day-hike combines Graham and a loop around Balsam Lake’s summit. Permission is required to hike on Graham Mountain.

 Permission Required! For Graham & Doubletop, a reminder that permission to hike these lands is required in advance — and is currently being granted only to hikers who live in neighboring counties. See Details Here.

Peak Details

Height:  3,868ft  (1,179m)

Location:  Central Catskills

Level:  Moderate

Scenic:   No/Low

Trail Type:  Partially Trailed

Canister:  No

 Graham Topography

 Summit Forecast: Graham

The page URL below shows the weather at Graham’s summit for the next six days.

https://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Graham-Mountain-New-York/forecasts/1179

Opens in a new tab/window. Click on the small °F or °C boxes to toggle between US and Metric.
If a foreacast for a peak is not directly available, this page may display a link to a nearby peak.

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