The map below shows the locations of mountains in the Adirondacks High Peaks region that have an elevation of 4000′ ft or more. These are more commonly recognized as “46ers” by those who try to reach the summit of each peak.
If you are planning to tackle the 46ers, you will find that it’s helpful to coordinate your hikes such that multiple mountains can be conquered on one outing. I would also recommend using a coin to draw circles around each peak on your trail map. It will help you with trip planning, but will also save you time in the wilderness while you are locating your position with your map.
The markers on the map below indicate each mountain’s elevation as well as their elevation rank among the other 46ers. You’ll also find links to trip reports of Adirondacks peaks I have summited thus far.