Graham Mountain 3868'
USGS Map: Seager
NY-NJ Trail Conference Map: #42/142 & #43/143
Order of Height: 7th at 3868'
Access: Via old road or bushwhack.
Description: Graham Mountain is one of two Catskill peaks on private property. There is an old road to the summit, which is not maintained.
At the summit there is an abandoned building that once served as a TV relay tower. The mountain was named for the Graham family, one of the original settlers in the area.
Abandoned Building on Summit of Graham
The summit offers an open view to the western Catskills. Best access is from the west using the Dry Brook Ridge Trail from Mill Brook Road and then the abandoned road to the summit. Access is also from Seager and Turner Hollow or via a bushwhack from Doubletop Mountain.
Since access is across private property, please respect the rights of the landowner so as to help ensure continued access by hikers.
Contact the caretaker Bill Scholl at (845) 586-4056 before climbing Graham since the summit and approach is on private land.
Links for Graham Mountain
Photo credit: Top: Tom Rankin | Bottom: Scott Larson