Journeys in ancient and old growth forests
Pack Forest 
Large white pines and hemlocks give this forest a cathedral-like feel, which can be experienced from a 2.5 km wheelchair-accessible trail.
 
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Size: 19 ha
Age of oldest known trees: 280 years
Forest Type: Mixed Hardwood, Hemlock, and White Pine 
Conservation Status: Protected 
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Dominant Species: Eastern Hemlock - Eastern White Pine - Yellow Birch - Red Maple - Sugar Maple
New York's tallest white pine ( as of 2016) is found in this forest. The forest was saved because it was near the home of Charles Pack, one of the Adirondacks' early lumbermen, whose wife objected to logging it.
Access:
Latitude: 43.54850           Longitude: -73.80710

Google Map Link: www.google.com/maps/place/43.54850,-73.80710

Other Maps:   http://www.warrencountyny.gov/gis/maps/Hiking%20Maps/Pack%20Forest%20-%20Warrensburg.pdf

Directions: Follow highway 9 north from Route 28 near Warrensburg, and watch for Pack Forest Rd on your left.
Routes:

Hiking Trail:
  Grandmother Tree Nature Trail
  Length: 2.0km
  Difficulty(1=Easy, 10=Hard): 1
  Wheelchair-accessible