Elevation

4,100 ft / 1,249 m

Prominence

490 ft / 149 m

Summits

107 summits

Top climbing months

August   22%

June   20%

September  8%

Most climbed route

Scenic trail

Highlights

  • Sawteeth is an ADK 46er in the High Peaks Wilderness Area of Adirondack Park, New York.
  • Part of the Great Range of the Adirondack Mountains.
  • Name comes from the serrated appearance of its summit ridge.
  • Lies on a spur ridge of the Great Range, which branches off to the southeast from Gothics.
"Successful Lower Great Range loop, with a couple wild and crazy guys! Rocks were a little wet from rain the night before, and the cloud cover stole some summit views, but when we could see the foliage was on point! Being an aspiring 46er is hard when I live in CO, but I’m hoping to knock a few off a year until I get it done!" - LGH-Dan, Oct 14, 2017
"Gnarly day gettin pitted with the bros given her a full send on lower and upper wolfjaw, armstrong, pyramid, gothics, and sawteeth. Not many views due to the clouds but all in all a righteous day. " - LGH-Topple, Oct 14, 2017
"So many "false summits" via the scenic loop. Gorgeous fall day with temps in the mid-70s. Ppemty of outlooks over the Ausable lakes and Indian Head. Afterwards, summited Gothics via epic views on Pyramid Peak." - heyjudeee, Sep 23, 2017
"Nice sunny day, we headed out early along the lake trail. We took the scenic route up along the lake, taking our time. Was a worthy challenge, much like avalanche pass had it gone uphill. The extra few miles were worth it. We debated strongly about Pyramid and Gothics, but realizing that we would get them both on another day, decided to head back. After a short visit to rainbow falls, we made our way back to the car. My third trip down the lake road, was sunnier and far more enjoyable that the previous two." - Kazmuglin, Jul 24, 2016
"Solo hike- boy what a day. Had a late start getting out of bed, made even later by a surprise April snowstorm hindering traffic. Didn't leave the parking lot until 10:30. Made it to Lake Road & to the bridge in record time (what a boring walk). It was snowing moderately but the road walk wasn't bad. I was in for a big surprise as soon as I hit the actual woods trail. The fluffy new snow was hiding all types of thin ice covering water, thick slippery ice packed down, as well as real nice ankle roller rocks. I bare booted for awhile, then tried microspikes, and finally snowshoes, and just had a " - kellieirene, Apr 4, 2016

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