Often times I hear people refer to the hike up Street and Nye Mountains as a good “bad weather” hike. I fully understand the sentiment behind this because, compared to other peaks in the region, the views are not as open or invigorating. Nye Mountain’s view looks similar to the rest of the forest as you find yourself surrounded by trees with the only real views found at a couple of rock ledges on the way to the true summit. Street Mountain has what I would consider a “sneaky” view of the MacIntyre Range (Wright, Algonquin and Iroquois Peaks) that is, in my opinion, at least a little underrated. This means that if it’s a cloudy day most hikers feel as though they aren’t really missing out on much.