ⓘ Indian Head Mountain (New York)

                                     

ⓘ Indian Head Mountain (New York)

Indian Head Mountain is a 3.573 ft mountain located in the southeast corner of Greene County, New York. The mountain, named for the appearance of its profile, is part of the Devils Path range of the Catskill Mountains. To the northwest, Indian Head is separated from Twin Mountain by Jimmy Dolan Notch, to the southeast, Indian Head is flanked by Plattekill Mountain.

Indian head mountain is in the basin of the Hudson river, which drains into new York Bay. In the Northern Indian head drains into the headwaters of Schoharie Creek, thence into the Mohawk river and the Hudson. South-Western and southern sides of Indian head drains into Saw kill, thence into Esopus Creek and the Hudson river. The Eastern part of the Indian head poured on Plattekill Creek in Plattekill clove, which flows down the slope of the Catskill, and Esopus Creek just above Glenerie falls.

Indian head Mountain is contained in the new natural Park "Catskill" Yorkie. Mountain summit East of devils path trail. A long way in 350 miles 560 km-distance walking route in Southeast new York, is continuous on this segment of the devils.

                                     
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