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Breakneck Ridge from across the Hudson River
|Elevation||1,260 ft (384 m)|
|Prominence||527 ft (161 m)|
|Location||Philipstown / Fishkill, New York, U.S.|
|Topo map||USGS West Point|
Breakneck Ridge is a mountain along the Hudson River between Beacon and Cold Spring, New York, straddling the boundary between Dutchess and Putnam counties. Its distinctive rocky cliffs are visible for a long distance when approached from the south, and together with Storm King Mountain on the opposite bank of the river forms Wey-Gat, or Wind Gate, the picturesque northern gateway to the Hudson Highlands.
It has several summits, the highest, some distance inland, reaching approximately 1,260 feet (384 m) above sea level. The southern face of the peak is remarkable for its striking cliffs, the result of quarrying in past years. Lying within Hudson Highlands State Park, it offers many stunning views of the river and region and is quite popular with hikers, to the point that a rail flag stop has been established on the Metro North line which runs right by the base of the ridge along NY 9D.
Until the early 20th century, the mountain was also known as St. Anthony's Face or Turk's Face, after a facelike stone formation on the southern cliffs that was destroyed by quarrymen in 1901.
While several routes exist, most hikers take the white-blazed route up the mountain's west face that begins on the West (Southbound) side of Route 9D near the tunnel. After circling around to cross above the tunnels, it begins a steep, rocky and challenging climb up to the first bump of the mountain, about 720 feet (219 m) above the river, where there are sweeping views of the river and Highlands. It continues in a similar fashion over the remaining bumps until it reaches the summit, but keeps on going and becomes a trail that travels over several other summits, and eventually peters out. However, there are other small trails that lead down from the white trail, as there are blue, red, and green trails that ascend from the various other summits that the white blazed trail crosses over. They serve as a shortcut to the base of the mountain.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Breakneck Ridge|
- Hiking Breakneck Ridge
- Description of Breakneck Ridge Loop
- Hudson Highlands North Trail Map (PDF)
- View from the top of Breakneck Mountain on YouTube
- Photo Gallery
- Guide to hiking Breakneck Ridge & Sugarloaf Mountain
- [xhttp://brickorpillow.com/2011/03/05/ Photos of off-trail rock scrambling at Breakneck (Note: Bad link/unknown domain found 20March2012)]