Peaks

 

51

 

 

Pursuers

 

105

 

 

Finishers

 

1

 

 

The "1Kers". Official peak challenge of 1000 ft peaks in New Jersey from the New Jersey 1K Club. Perfect for day trips from NYC area. The New Jersey 1K Club "seeks to bring attention to the many hiking opportunities and challenges that the Garden State offers". See more at https://nj1k.org

 

Highest peak

High Point (New Jersey)

1,803 ft / 549 m

Most prominent peak

High Point (New Jersey)

883 ft / 269 m

Most summited peak

High Point (New Jersey)

111 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

September  17%

July   15%

June   11%

"Took the afternoon group of dogs for a snowy trek out to the tornfell. The Blue Blazed Tammany Trail is easy walking nearly to the top of the mountain, making for a quick bushwhack to the summit cairn. " - The Tornfell, wacbravo, Jan 18, 2019
"Solo. Parked in the AT lot just south of the visitor center for the park as I had read there was a time limit in that lot. It was a brisk 12° or so when I started out at 0930. The trail was flat and wide, and very evident that in warmer seasons it’s a mucky nightmare and very eroded. Once I crossed the park road into the woods proper, I was on a rocky and gently uphill climb. I was expecting full cloud cover, but I did get some blue sky (albeit hazy) and some sun! I could see the obelisk on trail, and shortly came up to to the observation deck, which is very nicely constructed and prett" - High Point (New Jersey), kellieirene, Jan 17, 2019
"Bushwhacked to the summit area of Jenny Jump Mountain 2 with the afternoon group, starting at the Blue Blazes Spring Trail. The whack is short but super steep, and arduous with a group of leashed dogs due to all the blowdown for them to wrap around. We retraced our steps, then took the summit trail to Jenny Jump 1, which is a far more relaxing jaunt. " - Jenny Jump Mountain 1, wacbravo, Jan 11, 2019
"Bushwhacked to the summit area of Jenny Jump Mountain 2 with the afternoon group, starting at the Blue Blazes Spring Trail. The whack is short but super steep, and arduous with a group of leashed dogs due to all the blowdown for them to wrap around. We retraced our steps, then took the summit trail to Jenny Jump 1, which is a far more relaxing jaunt. " - Jenny Jump Mountain 2, wacbravo, Jan 11, 2019
"Hiked with the afternoon group to the summit of Jennings Mountain. We took the woods fire road into the park, skirting around the ledges on the eastern side of the hill (which I did not feel comfortable negotiating while tethered to four big dogs), then whacked up and south along the ridge to the summit area. " - Jennings Mountain, wacbravo, Jan 4, 2019