South Dix, New York - Hiking

South Dix, New York - Hiking


New York, United States




Overview

Difficulty

Very hard

Distance

25 KM

Elevation gain

1,240 meters

What are the activities on site?

Hiking


See photos of the South Dix, New York


Why choose this trail?

South Dix is a mountain located in Essex County, New York. The mountain is part of the Dix Range, named after John A. Dix (1798–1879), New York Secretary of State in 1837, and later Governor. The name is being changed to Carson Peak, after Russell M.L. Carson (1884–1961), author of Peaks and People of the Adirondacks. South Dix is flanked to the northeast by Grace Peak (formerly known as East Dix), to the northwest by Hough Peak, and to the southwest by Macomb Mountain. The north side of South Dix drains into the headwaters of the South Fork of the Boquet River, thence into Lake Champlain, which drains into Canada's Richelieu River, the Saint Lawrence River, and into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The southeast side of South Dix drains into West Mill Brook, thence into the Schroon River, the Hudson River, and into New York Bay. The west side of South Dix drains into Lillian Brook, thence into the East Inlet of Elk Lake, and into The Branch of the Schroon River.




What are the services on site?

No information available


Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00
Schedule
No information
Coordinates
44.060073 -73.774443

What are the coordinates and address of South Dix, New York?

No information available

What are the comments and evaluations from the community?

Robert Peterson
Robert Peterson
It's a real pleasure to go there.
6 years ago
Barb Barb
Barb Barb
Another beautifull
6 years ago
Michael Gray
Michael Gray
Very good place.
7 years ago
Scott Peacock
Scott Peacock
Wow
6 years ago




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What is the level of difficulty of South Dix, New York ?

Very hard

What is the elevation of South Dix, New York?

1240.00 M

Is the place are families friendly?

No

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

No