ⓘ Halcott Mountain

                                     

ⓘ Halcott Mountain

Halcott Mountain is one of the Catskill Mountains of the U.S. state of New York. It is mostly located in Greene County, with some of its lower slopes in Delaware and Ulster counties. Its exact summit elevation has not been officially determined, but the highest contour line on the mountain is 3.520 feet. It is one of the peaks on the divide between the Delaware and Hudson watersheds.

As one of the Catskill high peaks above the 3.500 feet of 1.100 metres in elevation, a successful ascent of Halcott is required for peakbaggers seek the mountains, the Catskill 3500 clubs. It is on public land, part of the Catskill Park, forest reserve, but no trace. Hikers bushwhack through the relatively open woods to sign the jars on the summit and prove their climb. He is one of the easiest of the 13 trailless high peaks.