Mount Colden in the Adirondacks, New York

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Mount Colden is considered the first Adirondacks climbing site (since 1850). It is the 11th highest peak of the region. It offers exceptional quality alpine routes that require a good physical condition in order to attain the summit without having to be an advanced technical climber. The approach is by ski or snowshoe.  We will also have the chance to spend a night in winter camping. The conditions can vary greatly from several inches of snow to complete ice. Never the less, we will have lots of fun and you will have an exceptional experience with us!


  • Day 1 : Heading to Adirondacks Loj l’Adirondack Loj spend the night
  • Day 2 : Hiking to Marcy Dam to get to the route Trap Dike 2 lll 2000′ to reach the summit of Colden
  • Day 3 : Return to Adirondack Loj and Montréal


Trap dike escalade glace


Location : Mont Colden by Trap Dike, New-York
Duration : 3 days
Cost : 570 $
Climber/guide ratio : 3 clients / 1 guide
Level: Beginners / Intermediate
Accommodation :

  • 1 night in hotel
  • 1 night camping


  • Accomodation
  • Group equipment
  • Québec certified guide
  • Expedition sled


  • Transportation (car pooling)
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals
  • Travel insurance 
  • Tip for the guide
  • Personal equipment
  • extra

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