The Tongue Mountain Range Trails are a series of hiking trails located within the Tongue Mountain Range, a subordinate range within the Adirondack Mountains of New York. The trails, in length all told, vary from easy walks along the foot of the mountains on the shore of adjacent Lake George, to more rugged ascents of mountain peaks within the range.
The Tongue Mountain Range consists of six summits along the ridge, First Peak, French Point Peak, Fifth Peak, Five Mile Mountain, Huckleberry Mountain and Brown Mountain. The Five Mile Mountain trail takes in Five Mile Mountain, Huckleberry Mountain and Brown Mountain. There are lean-to’s for overnight camping at Fifth Peak and Brown Mountain. The path passes through wooded and open exposed rock areas. The elevation change on the trail is . Other trails run from Clay Meadow to take in the southern half of the range, First Peak, French Point Peak and Fifth Peak.
Trail vistas take in the Adirondacks, Lake Champlain, and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Camping and fires are allowed along the Tongue Range Trails within areas designated by the New York Departement of Environmental Conservation. Specific regulations are enforced and leave no trace guidelines encouraged. Camping and fires are prohibited prohibited above an elevation of .
The Tongue mountains were once a source of commercial timber. During the 19th century, approximately half the forest of the range fell to the logger's ax. As late as 1860, 10,000 softwood logs a year were being floated north to the sawmills at Ticonderoga. Hardwoods from the range went to feed the iron forges on Lake Champlain.