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Catskill Mountains

Range TypeMountain range with well-recognized name
Highest PointSlide Mountain (4180+ ft/1274+ m)
CountriesUnited States
States/ProvincesNew York
Area5,891 sq mi / 15,259 sq km
Area may include lowland areas
Extent111 mi / 178 km North-South
102 mi / 164 km East-West
Center Lat/Long42° 10' N; 74° 40' W
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Map of Catskill Mountains
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Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Catskill Mountains.
Appalachian PlateausLevel 3 (Parent)
         Allegheny PlateauLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Catskill MountainsLevel 4
                 Northwest CatskillsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Northern CatskillsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Central CatskillsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Southwest CatskillsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Southern CatskillsLevel 5 (Child)
         Allegheny MountainsLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Cumberland PlateauLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Cumberland MountainsLevel 4 (Sibling)



Major Peaks of the Catskill Mountains

Ten Highest Peaks
RankPeak NameftmRange5
1.Slide Mountain4180+1274+Southern Catskills
2.Hunter Mountain4040+1231+Central Catskills
3.Black Dome3980+1213+Northern Catskills
4.Blackhead3940+1201+Northern Catskills
5.Thomas Cole Mountain3940+1201+Northern Catskills
6.West Kill Mountain3880+1183+Central Catskills
7.Graham Mountain38681179Southwest Catskills
8.Cornell Mountain3860+1177+Southern Catskills
9.Doubletop Mountain3860+1177+Southwest Catskills
10.Table Mountain38471173Southern Catskills
Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.
Child Range High Points
RankPeak NameftmRange5
1.Slide Mountain4180+1274+Southern Catskills
2.Hunter Mountain4040+1231+Central Catskills
3.Black Dome3980+1213+Northern Catskills
4.Graham Mountain38681179Southwest Catskills
5.Bearpen Mountain3600+1097+Northwest Catskills



Photos of Peaks in the Catskill Mountains

Hunter Mountain
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Hunter Mountain - FireTower (2015-05-24). Photo by Brian Gordon.
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Black Dome

Black Dome, the third-highest peak in the Catskills, as seen from Blackhead Mountain (2007-08-18). Photo by Eric Koppel.
Thomas Cole Mountain

Blackhead, Black Dome, and Thomas Cole Mountain in the Catskills (2007-08-19). Photo by Eric Koppel.
Blackhead

Blackhead Mountain in the Catskills from Black Dome (2007-08-18). Photo by Eric Koppel.
Sugarloaf Mountain
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Beaver pond (2014-12-20). Photo by Mitch Bacharach.
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North Dome
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... from slope, Saint Annes Peak (2015-04-01). Photo by Jean André Laverdure.
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Richmond Mountain
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... view from site of Old Windham Meetinghouse (2015-04-01). Photo by Jean André Laverdure.
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Overlook Mountain
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Ruins of Overlook Mountain Hotel just below summit, dating back to the early 1800s (2008-09-21). Photo by Ben Lostracco.
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Ashland Pinnacle
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Looking East from Ashland Pinnacle State Forest Road (2015-03-23). Photo by Jean André Laverdure.
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Vromans Nose
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Looking West at Vromans Nose from the Schohaire Valley floor just south of Middleburgh (2014-04-06). Photo by Ben Lostracco.
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