Thru-Hike North Dome & Mount Sherrill

This intense bushwhack route over two of the most difficult Catskills mountains is challenging and rewarding in equal measure: an epic climb, a great scenic ledge, a rock chasm, and something more…

Hike Length: 6.5 miles (10.46 km)

Total Ascent: 2,500ft (762m)

Intensity: Hardest Catskills Hike

Route Type: Shuttle

Includes: Blazed Trail, Unmarked Trail, Herd Path, Easy Bushwhack, True Bushwhack, Stream Crossing

Parent North Dome

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icicles hanging from rock wall

Ice-wall on North Dome

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 This thru-hike route is short on the miles but long on the legs. Requires a car shuttle.

Hiking Trail Description

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The parent mountain for this hike is North Dome.

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Trailhead Info for this Hike

Small busy lot that serves several mountains. Arrive early on busy days.

Google Maps Location: 42.192207, -74.324005

The map below shows the exact topographic location of the trailhead

Cell Service

Do not count on cell service on this route. You may get signal up high, but do not count on it. My network is Verizon. YMMV.

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