Boulder Pine Peak

Boulder Pine Peak

Although Boulder Pine Peak is officially trailless, there is an unmarked, yet maintained, path that leads to the summit. The easiest route to the summit begins at the parking area at Bearfort Waters. Following the Old Coal Trail, hikers will pass by hemlock groves, fern patches and former homesteads. The turn-off for the summit spur trail is marked by a sign indicating "Split Rock".

The summit of Boulder Pine has glacial erratics, odd cairns, and the eponymous boulder pine.

Elevation 1420
Decimal degrees 41.1445, -74.4249
County Passaic
Ownership public
Owner Wawayanda State Park
Topo map Acme Mapper
Nearest higher neighbor Bearfort Mountain

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Trip Reports

JohnVC climbed Boulder Pine Peak on 04/23/2016
Bill VS climbed Boulder Pine Peak on 04/23/2016
Stephanie Hardick climbed Boulder Pine Peak on 02/18/2016
John Bialek (Pumpkinhead) climbed Boulder Pine Peak on 02/18/2016
Qam1 climbed Boulder Pine Peak on 12/19/2015

Pictures from Boulder Pine Peak

The trailhead is here.

The trailhead is here. —Eric Koppel

Swampy area around Bearfort Waters.

Swampy area around Bearfort Waters. —Eric Koppel

A snapping turtle.

A snapping turtle. —Eric Koppel

Project U.S.E. headquarters.

Project U.S.E. headquarters. —Eric Koppel

Typical scene on the Old Coal Trail.

Typical scene on the Old Coal Trail. —Eric Koppel

Cairn that marks the turnoff for the unmaintained summit trail.

Cairn that marks the turnoff for the unmaintained summit trail. —Eric Koppel

A mini lemon squeezer.

A mini lemon squeezer. —Eric Koppel

Someone built a bridge!

Someone built a bridge! —Eric Koppel