Mount Newfoundland

Mount Newfoundland

Mount Newfoundland is part of the 60-mile long Green Pond outlier and is sometimes considered part of Green Pond Mountain.

The cliffs on Mount Newfoundland's eastern face offer splendid views of Green Pond Mountain, Copperas Mountain, and Kanouse Mountain.

The actual summit is a rock outcropping surrounded by trees. It offers no view except when the leaves are down.

Mount Newfoundland is climbed by the white-blazed Four Birds Trail. There is a parking lot at the end of Bigelow Road. There are no signs indicating that this is Newark Watershed land, but it is.

Photo: The view from White Pine Bluff on Mount Newfoundland.

Elevation 1232
Decimal degrees 41.0445, -74.4562
County Morris
Ownership public
Owner
Topo map Acme Mapper
Nearest higher neighbor Green Pond Mountain

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Trip Reports

John Bialek (Pumpkinhead) climbed Mount Newfoundland on 04/23/2017
WAC BRAVO climbed Mount Newfoundland on 04/10/2016
Bill VS climbed Mount Newfoundland on 03/13/2016
Ericka climbed Mount Newfoundland on 11/15/2015
Lorraine climbed Mount Newfoundland on 11/15/2015

Pictures from Mount Newfoundland

The view from White Pine Bluff.

The view from White Pine Bluff. —Eric Koppel

The same viewpoint.

The same viewpoint. —Eric Koppel

The boys and the summit of Mount Newfoundland.

The boys and the summit of Mount Newfoundland. —Gregory Bubniak

Strange construction at bottom of White Pine Bluff

Strange construction at bottom of White Pine Bluff —Brom Vermeulen

View from White Pine Bluff

View from White Pine Bluff —Brom Vermeulen

Mt. Newfoundland Cliffs from Rte. 513

Mt. Newfoundland Cliffs from Rte. 513 —Brom Vermeulen

Mount Newfoundland summit area.

Mount Newfoundland summit area. —Mark Jones