Progress Reports - Northeast

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Record Your Peaks

Record your peaks each time you hike using the appropriate Progress Form for the northeast mountains.

  New York Adirondack Mountains
  New Hampshire White Mountains
  Vermont Green Mountains
  Maine Longfellow Mountains
  New England 100 Highest
  Catskill Hundred Highest

Your submissions and those of other hikers are displayed in the progress reports above. Please be patient, as it may take up to an hour for your submission to be processed.

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In addition to the Progress Reports which are viewable on the website, you can request additional reports which will be sent to you by email using the Reports on Demand form.

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The Northeast 111 Club

This list includes all of the four thousand footers in the Northeast states: New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and New York. There are 115 peaks on the list today.

The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club recognizes this list.

Record your peaks using the appropriate Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

  New Hampshire White Mountains
  Vermont Green Mountains
  Maine Longfellow Mountains
  New York Adirondack Mountains

The New England Four Thousand Footers

This list includes all of the White Mountain Four Thousand Footers plus 5 four thousand footers in Vermont and 14 four thousand footers in Maine.

The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club recognizes this list.

Record your peaks using the appropriate Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

  New Hampshire White Mountains
  Vermont Green Mountains
  Maine Longfellow Mountains

The New England Trail Conditions website is an excellent resource to read detailed and organized trip reports for hiking throughout New England with a section organized by the New England Four Thousand Footers.

The White Mountain Four Thousand Footers

This list includes the 48 four thousand footers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club recognizes this list.

Record your peaks using the   New Hampshire White Mountains Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

The Grid Trust Advisory runs the White Mountains Grid website to keep track of those who have completed the tremendous accomplishment of hiking each of the 48 New Hampshire 4,000 footers in each of the twelve months of the year — that's 576 climbs! There are well over a hundred hikers who have finished the New Hampshire White Mountains Grid, the earliest in 1989. But things really got going in the early 2000's and hikers are even gridding the New England 67 and Northeast 115 now. Of course, there are multiple grid finishers as well as gridders who completed an entire grid as seniors! There are many other interesting hiking challeges and information on the website of interest to avid peak baggers of the New England.

The New England Trail Conditions website is an excellent resource to read detailed and organized trip reports for hiking throughout New England with a section devoted to New Hampshire Trail Conditions as well as a section organized by the New Hampshire 4,000 Footers.

The New England Hiking website has useful information about the New Hampshire 4,000 Footers.

Vermont Green Mountains

This list includes the 5 four thousand footers in the Green Mountains of Vermont.

This Vermont Sports article describes how two hikers summited Vermont’s 5 4,000 footers in a day.

The VT5 Hiking Challenge (requires Facebook login) recognizes the completion of this list with an attractive patch and numbered business card.

Record your peaks using the   Vermont Green Mountains Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

The New England Trail Conditions website is an excellent resource to read detailed and organized trip reports for hiking throughout New England. There is a section devoted to Vermont Trail Conditions.

The New England Hiking website has useful information about the Vermont 4,000 Footers.

Maine Longfellow Mountains

This list includes the 14 four thousand footers in the Longfellow Mountains of Maine.

Record your peaks using the   Maine Longfellow Mountains Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

The New England Trail Conditions website is an excellent resource to read detailed and organized trip reports for hiking throughout New England. There is a section devoted to Maine Trail Conditions.

The New England Hiking website has useful information about the Maine 4,000 Footers.

New York Four Thousand Footers

This list includes the Adirondacks 46 four thousand footers and the two four thousand footers in the Catskills: Slide and Hunter.

The Adirondack 46ers recognizes the completion of the 46 Adirondack four thousand footers.

Record your Adirondack peaks using the   New York Adirondack Mountains Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

Hikers Anonymous™ has an online system to Track Your Progress in the Catskill High Peaks including the two four thousand footers: Slide and Hunter.

The New England Hundred Highest

This list includes all of the New England Four Thousand Footers plus the next 33 highest peaks in New England: 11 are in New Hampshire, 9 are in Vermont, and 13 are in Maine.

The AMC Four Thousand Footer Club recognizes this list.

Record your peaks using the   New England 100 Highest Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

The New England Trail Conditions website is an excellent resource to read detailed and organized trip reports for hiking throughout New England with a section organized by the New England Hundred Highest.

Catskill Hundred Highest

Record your peaks using the   Catskill Hundred Highest Progress Form and view your progress on the Hikers Anonymous™ Track Your Progress system.

The Catskill 67: A Hiker's Guide to the Catskill 100 Highest Peaks Under 3500' by Alan Via is out of print or sold out according to EMS, Goodreads, and Amazon.

Catskill Hiker has a section on the Catskill Hundred Highest here and here.

The ADK High Peaks Forum has a Catskill Hundred Highest section and an introductory post.

The Views From The Top (VFTT) forum has informative posts. One describes the formation of the list and another discusses the availability of the patch.

Ideas and Suggestions

Track Your Progress Across the Northeast is a new section of our website. We'd appreciate any ideas and suggestions for improvements as well as any additions or corrections. Please email us and let us know.