- Elevation: 1410 feet
- : 41.0674, -74.5382
- County: Sussex
- Ownership: public
- Owner: Pequannock Watershed, Rock Lodge, Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management Area
- Trail Map:
- Topo Map: Acme Mapper
- Nearest Higher Neighbor: Hamburg Mountain High Point, 6.01 miles.
Other Members Who Have Climbed Mount Stockholm
- Allen R.
- Anthony Lipovsky (trip report)
- Anthony Olivari
- Brian Lubbert (trip report)
- Brom Vermeulen (trip report)
- Chris Kucinski (trip report)
- Eric Koppel (trip report)
- George Grzyb (trip report)
- Gregory Bubniak (trip report)
- Hayley (trip report)
- Ian Colquhoun (trip report)
- Jeff Bennett (trip report)
- John Bialek
- Karen Englander (trip report)
- Mark Jones
- Patrick Bubniak
- Ralph Bressler (trip report)
- starben62 (trip report)
- Thomas Bubniak
- William Maurer (Hoosier) (trip report)
Description: Mount Stockholm is the highest point of a rolling plateau north of the Mahlon Dickerson Reservation.
Instead of grand views, Mount Stockholm's charms are its pleasant glades, glacial erratics, a cascade of the Russia Brook, and unusual rock outcroppings.
The summit itself is taken up by an FAA communications tower, but that is no major loss, as the summit itself is absolutely viewless in any case.
Though the summit is viewless, due east of the summit there is a steep slope overlooking Lake Stockholm that offers partially obstructed, yet decent, views of Lake Stockholm and the eastern mountains.
One section of Mt. Stockholm is owned by the Passaic River Coalition's Russia Brook Sanctuary.
Access to Mount Stockholm is possible via the Highlands Trail, with the southern approach from Ryker Lake being the better climb. There is a trail network in the vast roadless area south of Stockholm on land owned by the Passaic River Conservancy, the Audobon Society, and the State.