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Whiteface Mountain is the one of the High Peaks in the Adirondacks mountains and is the fifth highest mountain in the state of New York, USA. The steep slopes of the High Peaks hold massive amounts of snow and give it a look of “white face” or “white head” from different directions. The Adirondack Mountains are a 160 mile circular wide dome of more than 100 peaks and they are not connected like the Rockies and the Appalachians.
Driving up to the top of the Whiteface Mountain on the winding Whiteface Veterans’ Memorial Highway is charming and offers many gorgeous vista points along the way to the summit. A 8 mile scenic drive from Wilmington, NY, will take you up to the 4,867 foot summit of Whiteface Mountain. The summit offers excellent and massive 360° views spanning hundreds of miles of wildland that reach as far as Vermont and Canada…
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