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Old 05-28-2018, 08:10 AM   #1
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5/27/2018 Clap mountain (Hammond Pond WF)

Climbed Clap mountain - an obscure peak in the Northeastern Adirondacks. From Sharp Bridge campground in North Hudson, followed the East Mill Flow trail. After a few minutes, took the climbers path on the left which lead to some cliffs. Got to the top of those and spotted some more ledges on the next ridge over to the east. Went over there and had decent views to the west toward the Dix range. There were also limited views to the east and south on the other side. Continued on up to the summit which was wooded with no views. Dropped down to Triangle Pond and then picked up the trail again.

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