Mountains may not be the first thing that pops into your head when talking about New York, but the state boasts two mountain ranges, the Catskills and the Adirondacks, that provide plenty of outdoor activities for travelers of all shapes and sizes. The Adirondack range has the higher overall elevation of the two ranges, with one of its peaks (Mount Marcy) laying claim as the highest point in the state of New York (5,343 feet). Algonquin Peak (5,113 feet) is another notable peak that is popular among hikers and climbers. Slide Mountain is the highest peak located within the Catskill Mountain Range and measures 4,180 feet. Downhill enthusiasts will love a trip to The Whiteface Lodge, a beautiful property that leaves you only minutes away from one of the finest ski resorts in the Northeast, White Mountain. Start planning your own mountain getaway in the Catskills and Adirondacks today.

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