Siamese Ponds Hike

#65 of 249 trails in Adirondack Park

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Siamese Ponds Hike is a 11.8 mile out and back trail located near Indian Lake, New York and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November.

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Martin B. (174)

This hike is about 6 miles. At first the trail is short up hill followed by a moderate down hill for about a mile. Then the trail meanders along the river up hill and down, with several stream crossings and then at the leanto where the trail splits, you cross a bridge over the river and begin a up hill for about a mile ending at the lower Siamese pond. There are several camping sites around the lower pond and a very nice site between the upper and lower ponds near the out flow of the upper pond. This a moderately difficult hike but very well worth the trip. And the fishing is great!

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