Activities for the Hiking/Backpacking Committee

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Hike North and South Kinsman

Saturday, June 29, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a hike Mt. North Kinsman (4,293') and South Kinsman (4,358') in the Kinsman Range of Western White Mountains. There are spectacular 180 degree views off a huge boulder near the summit of North Kinsman Mountain overlooking Cannon Mountain and the Franconia Ridge. It is 11.5 out and back hike with an approximate elevation gain 3,500 feet. The pace of the hike will be determined by the slowest hiker, but this group will consist of people who are comfortable with the distance and the terrain.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
MA
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Joe Comuzzi

Joe is one of the Boston Chapter's most experienced and active trip leaders - his summit visits number in the quadruple digits. Included among the many outings he leads each year for the Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee are the single-day Presidential Range traverse on the summer solstice, and the Map & Compass course in the fall.

Coleader: 
Majid Ali

Mts. Stanton, Langdon, and the Crippies

Saturday, June 29, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us on an 8.6 mile hike along the southern Montalban Ridge, to the summits of Mts Stanton, Pickering, and Langdon, and the Crippies. Depending on group interest, we may extend this hike by 2.8 miles to include the summit of Mt Parker, one of New Hampshire's 52 with a view. These are lightly traveled trails, with nice views along the ridge. Except for some short sections, these trails aren't particularly steep, and we'll maintain a moderate but steady pace, but it will require a good level of fitness due to its length.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
United States
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Jonathan Niehof

Jon finished a round of the New England Hundred Highest just before heading off to the Southwest for four years. He's thrilled to be back in New England and working seriously on the winter 4000-footers. Other fun had in the meantime includes the Pikes Peak Marathon and a rim-to-rim-to-rim run of the Grand Canyon. Goal-oriented but interested in keeping things safe and fun.

Coleader: 
Robert Mackin

Bob is a long time outdoorsman and newly-trained AMC leader. He's an avid hiker, runner, camper, paddler, cross country skier, and cyclist. He recently completed the Boston Chapter's Winter Hiking Program, extending his hiking year by a whole season. He enjoys experiencing the outdoors with people at all levels.

SHP Participants Only: Mt. Avalon and Willard

Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Come join us on this hike for one of the best views of the southern presidential mountains, including Mount Washington, (to the north) and of Crawford Notch (to the east) if the weather cooperates. We will hike for 3.7 miles and the elevation gain is 1,550 feet. This is a great hike to prepare you for future intermediate hikes. We might have to opportunity to add on a few more miles to another viewpoint--this leaves from the parking lot, so it will be completely optional!

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

Mount Waumbek

Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us and head north for a summer hike to Mount Waumbek (4,006'). We will be heading to the top via Mount Starr King, an almost 4000 footer with views of the northern Presidential Range. This is otherwise more of a walk in the woods! Total distance is 7.2 miles with 2500' elevation gain, so a comfortable hike for a Sunday. Depending on conditions, Pretzel the newest hiking dog may join us. This hike can be combined with the Leader's Saturday hike. Contact Leader Joe about accommodations ($5/person/night) at Leader owned facility.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Joe Comuzzi

Joe is one of the Boston Chapter's most experienced and active trip leaders - his summit visits number in the quadruple digits. Included among the many outings he leads each year for the Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee are the single-day Presidential Range traverse on the summer solstice, and the Map & Compass course in the fall.

Coleader: 
Linda Giesecke

Mount Chocorua

Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a hike that is listed as one of the top 25 hikes in New England. We'll hike a loop to the summit of Mount Chocorua using the Brook and Liberty Trails. Our 7.4 mile hike will bring us to the open, rocky summit and weather permitting we will find out why this peak is one of New Hampshire's 52 with a view. We will travel at a moderate pace and enjoy some homemade treats at the summit. Participants should be comfortable with some steep rock scrambles.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Bryan Jones
Coleader: 
Laura Snyder
Denise Lamb

Willey, Field, and Tom

Sunday, June 30, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us on a moderately paced ~10 mile hike to three 4,000 footers - Mts. Willey (4,285'), Field (4,340'), and Tom (4,051'). On the descent, we'll also visit Mt. Avalon (3,442', 52 with a view peak) for a total elevation gain of ~3,200'. This hike is a great opportunity to hit four peaks over a moderate distance, and each peak has its own unique view of the Crawford Notch area. There are a few steep sections of trail, but overall the hike is a fairly average grade.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Keith Watling
Coleader: 
Wil Hall
Lisa Connors

Independence Day Hike to Monroe and Washington

Thursday, July 4, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a classic loop over the west side of Mt Washington using the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail, Crawford Path, Gulfside Trail and Jewell Trail. Including the summits of Mt Monroe (5,384') and Mt Washington (6,288'), this day hike is 10.4 miles with 4,200 ft of elevation gain. This will be a long, strenuous day with potential exposure to weather so previous experience of hiking above treeline is desirable.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Keith Watling
Coleader: 
Sarah Frisken
Fatemeh Haghighatjoo

Wildcats A & D

Sunday, July 7, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a summer hike to Wildcats A through D (4422', 4330', 4298', and 4062'). Looking down over the ski area, Wildcat D boasts fantastic views of Washington, Adams, Madison, and more. We will ascend via the ski slopes to Wildcat D, then continue along the Wildcat Ridge Trail until we get to Wildcat A and head back the way we came. The climb up to Wildcat D is steep and rugged, with a few scrambles. We plan to hike approximately 8 miles at a moderate pace with 3,250 feet of elevation gain.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Keith Watling (508-397-1243)
Coleader: 
Zoe Karp
Wil Hall

SHP Participants Only: Intermediate Backpack - the Bonds

Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, July 14, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. This is an intermediate backpack to Guyot campsite. Length of the trip 7.5 miles one way and ~ 2500' elevation gain, with possible additional trips to West Bond, Mt. Bond and Bondcliff. You don't need to have any prior backpacking experience, but you have to be in a good shape and able to hike 7 -10 miles a day.

Trip details

Activity: 
Backpacking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

Franconia Ridge Loop with stay at Greenleaf Hut

Saturday, July 13, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, July 14, 2019 12:00 AM

Join the leaders for a classic White Mountains loop with a stay at the AMC's Greenleaf Hut. On day 1, we'll hike up Falling Waters Trail, passing many waterfalls, and then along the Franconia Ridge to Little Haystack Mountain. We'll then continue on the Franconia Ridge Trail, which is above treeline and part of the Appalachian Trail (AT), over to Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette, two NH 4,000 footers. From Mt Lafayette, we'll hike down to Greenleaf Hut for dinner.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Full
Leader: 
Paul Terenzi firemanpaul@comcast.net (781-389-8115; before 10 pm)
Christine Malinowski

SHP Participants Only: Mount Pierce

Sunday, July 14, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Climb beautiful Mt. Pierce (4312 ft), one of NH's 4,000 footers. This hike will be a 6-mile round trip expedition to amazing views of the valley, Mt. Washington, Mt. Eisenhower, and northern Presidentials (weather permitting). The last tenth of a mile is above treeline. There will be 2,400 ft of elevation gain.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

SHP Participants Only: Carter Notch Hut Trip

Saturday, July 20, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, July 21, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Join the leaders on a beginner/intermediate trip (overnight at the hut!!) to AMC's best kept secret: one of the best located huts in the White Mountains. Carter Notch Hut surprises most with its intimate and unimaginably beautiful setting. We will hike 3.8 miles to reach this hut and encounter a world of rock jumbles, towering cliffs, and tranquil mountain lakes.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

SHP Participants Only: Mt. Jackson

Saturday, July 20, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Come join us to hike Mt. Jackson, a 4000 footer named after Charles Jackson, a NH state geologist of the 19th century. We will hike via the Webster-Jackson Trail. The hike will be an out and back with a total mileage of 5.2 miles and the elevation gain will be 2,547 feet. Weather permitting we will have nice views at the summits.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

Taconics - Best of New England Backpack

Saturday, July 20, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, July 21, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a scenic 2 day/1 night backpack into the Taconics, located in the corner of northeastern Connecticut and southwestern Massachusetts. This hike will follow the AT and is listed as one of New England's best multi-day trips in "AMC's Best Backpacking in New England." An early start will be required on Saturday in order to cover the 11.6 miles and reach the preferred campsite (Race Brook Falls) at a reasonable time. On Sunday morning, we will break camp and hike 5.3 miles to the trailhead parking at Jug End.

Trip details

Activity: 
Backpacking
Trip state: 
MA
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Full
Leader: 
Kyle Vietze

After leaving the Corporate world several years ago, I now split my time between work in retail and helping people enjoy the outdoors through hiking, camping, back packing.

Coleader: 
Alexandra Bernson alexandra.bernson@gmail.com
Julia Ramsey

Traverse the Presidentials in a Day!

Friday, July 26, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, July 28, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a hyper-scenic single-day odyssey over the challenging terrain of NH's iconic Presidential Range! We will follow the classic route from the Appalachia trailhead in Randolph, NH to the Crawford Path trailhead in Bretton Woods. The route includes 10 peaks (Madison, Adams, Jefferson, Clay, Washington, Monroe, South Monroe, Franklin, Eisenhower, Pierce), 7 of which are official 4000 footers. Stats: 20 miles and 8600' of cumulative elevation gain at a moderate pace (1.5+ mph). Late in the hike If time allows, there may be the option of including Mt.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Alex Nedzel

Alex enjoys hiking in all seasons. While best known for fast-paced single day, multi-peak mega-hikes and gnarly back country bushwhacks, he will enjoy sharing his love for the mountains just about anywhere, with hikers at all ability levels.

Joe Comuzzi

Joe is one of the Boston Chapter's most experienced and active trip leaders - his summit visits number in the quadruple digits. Included among the many outings he leads each year for the Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee are the single-day Presidential Range traverse on the summer solstice, and the Map & Compass course in the fall.

Pam Wilmot

I love to hike and backpack, and lead all kinds of trips from beginner, to extra-long day hikes like a single day presi traverse, to multi-day backpacks and bushwhacks. I even lead trips overseas for the Adventure travel committee. It's all good! I've hiked the 100 Highest peaks in NE, the NH 4000 footers in winter, and hope to someday hike a long trail like the PCT or the AT.

Day Hike to Owl's Head, New Hampshire

Saturday, July 27, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for an out and back 18+ mile day hike to Owl's Head (NH4K). This beautiful, long day hike requires experienced, conditioned hikers who are comfortable with elevation gains of 3,400 feet (1,500' in less than a mile), long distances of 18+ miles, full packs, and several serious water crossings. Water/weather conditions will be monitored and may cause the hike to be postponed. This is a very rewarding hike in the remote and protected Pemigewasset Wilderness area with lots of history, fauna, mileage, elevation, and post-hike bragging rights.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Mark Warren markwarren@mmwarren.com
Coleader: 
Cindy Crosby cindycrosbyamc@gmail.com

SHP Participants only: Mt. Chocorua

Saturday, July 27, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Mt. Chocorua is one of the most climbed and photographed mountains in the White mountains of New Hampshire. Join the leaders and your fellow SHPers for this rewarding day hike. We will take the Champney Falls Trail from the Kanc (Rt 112) to the summit, passing waterfalls on our way. Weather permitting we will have 360 views of the Lakes Region and the White Mountains. There are open ledges along the trail and the open summit consists of bare rock slabs. These may be wet.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

Late July Hike to Hale and Zealand

Sunday, July 28, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a moderately-paced full-day hike ascending two of the NH 4,000-footers! Our objective is to summit Mt. Hale and Mt. Zealand via a loop hike that will take us past streams, waterfalls, wild blueberries, and (weather permitting) some extraordinary views into the Pemigewasset Wilderness. While this is a moderately-paced hike, it covers over 13 miles and approximately 4,000' elevation gain. Participants should have recent experience with 10+ mile hikes with similar elevation gain, and be prepared to maintain a steady pace and a positive attitude over a long day.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Keith Watling
Coleader: 
Mollie Schwartz
Justin Gallo

Presidential Ridge Hike with Stay at Lakes of the Clouds Hut

Saturday, August 3, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, August 4, 2019 12:00 AM

A unique opportunity to stay at the Lakes of the Clouds Hut, near Mt. Washington. Come join the leaders on this fun hike on the presidential ridge. We'll start early on Saturday morning on the Crawford Path Trail, which is the oldest maintained footpath in the United States. We will hike up to Mt Pierce then across open ledges with magnificent views in all directions to Mt. Eisenhower, which again has excellent views, then on to Mt. Monroe, passing over Mt. Franklin on the way and ending at Lakes of the Clouds Hut for dinner.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Full
Leader: 
Paul Terenzi firemanpaul@comcast.net (781-389-8115; before 10 pm)
Christine Malinowski

SHP Participants Only: Mt. Liberty

Saturday, August 3, 2019 12:00 AM

Join the leaders for a 6.4 mile hike to Mt. Liberty - part of the picturesque Franconia Ridge. The route to the summit includes a section of the Appalachian trail and passes the Liberty Springs tent-site. Weather permitting, we will be treated to 360 degree views of the Whites, Vermont and southern Maine from the summit. The climb to Mt. Liberty is rather steep in places and the summit (at 4,459 feet) is exposed. If the group chooses, and conditions permit, we can attempt to travel along the ridge to Mt. Flume (4,328 feet). This adds around 2.5 miles round trip.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

SHP Participants only: Famous Steak Tip/CarCamp Weekend Pool and HOT showers

Friday, August 9, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, August 11, 2019 12:00 AM

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. This car camp weekend will start off Friday night at CRAZY HORSE FAMILY CAMPGROUND, 788 HILLTOP ROAD, LITTLETON, NH, where we will set up tents and socialize. Saturday morning we will wake up early with a pancake breakfast and carpool to Mount Moriah . Mt Moriah is bare rock above tree line, offering incredible views on a clear day with 360° views of the Presidential Range and the rest of the Carter-Moriah Range.

Trip details

Activity: 
Camping
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Morgane Treanton

Morgane is a 4-season leader and has been leading trips with the AMC since 2016. She usually does day hikes and hikes at a moderate pace. She is currently working on her NH 4000 footers. She speaks fluent French if you ever want to get some practice on the trail!

Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

White Mountains Summer Classic with Lodge Stay

Friday, August 9, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, August 11, 2019 12:00 AM

This summer hiking weekend will combine two of the White Mountains' finest hikes with two nights accommodations and meals at the newly rebuilt Moosilauke Ravine Lodge. Participants should plan to arrive Friday after dinner. Saturday, we will hike Franconia Ridge (Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette) via an out-and-back on the less traveled Skookumchuck Trail (12.2 miles round trip, 4500' elevation gain). Sunday, we will climb Mt. Moosilauke via the rough terrain of the Beaver Brook Trail, descending along Gorge Brook (6.9 miles, 3100' elevation gain).

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Wait Listed
Leader: 
Elizabeth A White
Keith Watling
Peter Monnes

Mt. Cabot, the Bulge, and the Horn

Saturday, August 10, 2019 12:00 AM

Join us for a hike over the northern-most NH 4,000 footer! This loop hike will take us on a partial traverse of the Pilot Range, with some beautiful views (if the weather cooperates) and peaks to bag on just about every New England list. This intermediate hike will cover 10.5 miles and 3,200' elevation gain. Participants should have recent experience with hikes of at least 7 miles and 2700' elevation gain in the White Mountains. With that said, we plan a slower-side-of-moderate pace, and this hike could be a good opportunity for newer hikers to stretch themselves.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Casey Ajalat

Casey leads trips year around for the hiking/backpacking committee of the AMC Boston Chapter. He is heavily engaged in the H/B leadership and training programs such as Spring/Fall Leadership Training as well as our educational programs in the Spring and Winter Hiking Programs. Like other hikers that hike before sun up and after sun down and do 20+ miles, Casey likes to do the same only keep it under 10 miles :) He's experienced but not a speed daemon

Coleader: 
Mollie Schwartz

Mollie has been an active member of the AMC since 2017. She is passionate about providing a safe and supportive hiking environment that allows participants to stretch the boundaries of what they think is possible for themselves. Mollie hikes at a slow-to-moderate pace is working her way through the NH48 and the 52WAV.

Spectacular Fall Foliage Day Hike on Mount Moosilauke

Sunday, October 6, 2019 12:00 AM

Mount Moosilauke (elev. 4,802 ft) is the westernmost 4,000-footer in the White Mountains. It is known for its spacious summit, with more than 100 acres above tree line, which on a clear day affords panoramic views of the many other 4000-footers in NH, as well as west to the mountains of Vermont and north to Canada. Mt. Moosilauke is the tallest 4000-footer between Franconia Notch and the Connecticut River Valley.

Trip details

Activity: 
Hiking
Trip state: 
NH
Trip country: 
USA
Status: 
Open
Leader: 
Samir Patel
Coleader: 
Marcelo Knapik

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