Goodman Mountain

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Thursday September 14

1:30 PM  –  3:30 PM

South of the village of Tupper Lake, north of Long Lake, and just north of Coney Mountain, Goodman Mountain rises just east of Route 30. The trail leads a mile and a half and a little more to ledges with great views, weather permitting. Goodman Mountain (2,176 feet) is named for Andrew Goodman, one of three northern civil rights activists who were murdered in Mississippi during the so-called Freedom Summer of 1964. Goodman spent childhood summers with his family in and around Tupper Lake.

Registration is required for this walk. 

Directions: The trailhead is located on NY 30, just south of route 421 or ~ 1 mile north of the snowplow turn around at the Hamilton/Franklin County line (do not confuse this trail head with Coney Mountain trailhead). Park in the large lot on the East side of NY 30. The trail begins at the parking lot.