Graham Mountain is the seventh highest of the Catskill High Peaks and the highest privately owned mountain in the range. It is located in the town of Hardenburgh, New York, United States.
Its summit is unique in the Catskills for its pygmy hardwood forest cover and absence of evergreen boreal species that normally dominate at that elevation in the range, despite the presence of balsam fir on the slopes below the summit. In the early 1960s a relay station was built there for Instructional Television, a predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service. The relay station was abandoned after a few years and its ruins can be seen from the slopes and summits of neighboring peaks.
Graham is within the Catskill Park. Only part of it is in the state-owned Forest Preserve; the summit and the most common access route are owned by descendants of railroad magnate Jay Gould, a native of the region. Despite being private property requiring permission to enter and cross, it is a popular hike, particularly since a successful ascent is required for membership in the Catskill Mountain 3500 Club.
There's a hiking trail (T1) called Graham Mountain Herd Path leading to the summit.
By elevation Graham Mountain is
# 3 out of 123 in Ulster County # 72 out of 3825 in New York # 8 out of 173 in Catskill Park # 8 out of 416 in the Catskill Mountains
By prominence Graham Mountain is
# 10 out of 123 in Ulster County # 19 out of 173 in Catskill Park # 26 out of 416 in the Catskill Mountains
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