Wednesday, April 6, 2011


On top of Fingerboard Mountain in New York there is a single shelter called...the Fingerboard Shelter.  This stone structure is located 350' from the AT and was built back in 1928 entirely on a rock ledge.  It is equipped with 2 (still working) fireplaces and sleeps roughly 8 people.  Despite the graffiti it is quite charming.  The shelter faces east toward a wooded valley and Lake Tiorati.

County/State: Orange, NY
Elevation: 1300'
Maintained by: New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

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