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Sawyer Mountain

Sawyer Mountain

If you’re just getting introduced to Indian Lake hiking, Sawyer Mountain is a great starting point. With only 630ft of elevation gain in about 1 mile, it makes for a great beginner hike. Although the summit is wooded and doesn’t have much of a view there are lookouts along the trail as you make your way to the top. From these lookouts, there are views of Snowy, Wakely, and other mountains in the Indian Lake region. The trailhead is located off of Route 28/30.

Trail Map

 

Trail Stats:


Distance 2.2 miles round-trip
Elevation 2,618 ft
Ascent 630 feet

 

Trailhead:


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