Since Bob and George Marshall and their guide, Herb Clark, climbed all forty-six of the High Peaks in the 1920s, more than ten thousand hikers have followed in their footsteps.
Here is a list of other hiking challenges in the Adirondack Park. Most have websites or Facebook pages that can be found by googling their names. Unless otherwise indicated, finishers qualify for a patch:
- Cranberry Lake 50: 50-mile hike around Cranberry Lake.
- Tupper Lake Triad: Hike Coney Mountain, Goodman Mountain, and Mount Arab.
- Saranac Lake Six: Climb six peaks near Saranac Lake, ranging in height from 2,452 feet to 3,861 feet.
- High Peaks Wilderness Trails: Hike all 268 miles of trail in the Wilderness Area.
- Moriah Challenge: Four hikes in the Champlain Valley town of Moriah.
- Lake George Twelve: A dozen peaks near Lake George, ranging from 1,586 feet to 2,665 feet.
- Round the Lake: Do twenty hikes, walks, and paddles around Lake George.
- Chester Challenge: Pick six of eight hikes in town of Chester to earn a pin.
- Waterfall Challenge: Visit a variety of waterfalls in Hamilton County.
- Indian Lake Challenge: Do ten hikes in central Adirondacks, ranging from easy to difficult.
- Fulton Chain Trifecta: Bald, Rocky, and Black Bear mountains.
Fire Tower Challenge: Climb at least twenty-three fire-tower peaks in Adirondacks and Catskills.
Kids on the Trail: Complete sixteen short hikes scattered throughout the Park.
Hundred Highest: Climb the hundred highest peaks in the Park. No patch.
Adirondack Twenty-Nine: Shorter peaks with good views in various parts of the Park. No patch.
Trans Adirondack Route: Traverse entire Park on 235-mile north-south route.