The Scarface Mountain Trail near Saranac Lake, New York, has been closed to hikers due to problems with a bridge.
In their weekly Adirondack Outdoor Recreation Bulletin, officials with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation said the trail has been closed because of concerns over the structural integrity of a bridge crossing Ray Brook.
The bridge is roughly a half a mile from the trailhead, and the trail is closed at the bridge and beyond.
Officials said the trail will remain closed until the bridge can be replaced.
The hike is 3.8-miles one-way to the 3,088-foot summit. The trail follows varied and at times steep terrain, climbing 1,480 feet.
For a taste of what it’s like to climb Scarface Mountain when the trail is open, check out this video from Jay Morrison Outdoors.