Iroquois Peak is the eighth-highest peak in the Adirondack Mountains in New York State, U.S., and is part of the MacIntyre Range, which also includes Wright Peak, Mount Marshall, and Algonquin Peak. Although the mountain does not have an officially maintained trail, a well-maintained "herd path" leads to the summit from the northeast.
There's a hiking trail (T2) called Iroquois Herd Path leading to the summit. Iroquois Peak is one of the 3 peaks along the Iroquois Trail.
By elevation Iroquois Peak is
# 10 out of 1601 in Adirondack Park # 10 out of 3825 in New York # 9 out of 126 in High Peaks Wilderness # 10 out of 591 in Essex County # 2 out of 10 in the Macintyre Mountains # 10 out of 1678 in the Adirondack Mountains
By prominence Iroquois Peak is
# 93 out of 126 in High Peaks Wilderness # 7 out of 10 in the Macintyre Mountains
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