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Tag - New Hampshire

Hiking The Wildcats – Wildcat Mountain, Wildcat D & Everything In Between

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The Wildcat Ridge contains gorgeous mountains in Pinkham Notch, extending to Carter Notch about 5 miles away. The Ridge contains Wildcat Mountain (A Peak – 4,000 footer), Wildcat B, Wildcat C, and Wildcat D (4,000 footer). Hiking along…

The 6 Most Beautiful Hikes in the Northeast & A Full Guide for Each

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The Northeast has some incredible hiking. Whether it is the highest peaks of the White Mountains, the cold waters of mountain streams, or the seacoast of Maine and New Hampshire, there is a hike for just about everyone…

Hiking West Bond Mountain – A Short Spur to Incredible Views

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West Bond Mountain is situated in the eastern portion of the Pemigiwasset Wilderness, and features some of the most spectacular sunset views, sunrise views, and views of Bondcliff and the Pemi Wilderness. Located far from every trailhead, it…

Hiking East Osceola – Waterville Valley

Hiking

East Osceola is often summited by peak-baggers, or those passing by to summit Mount Osceola. It only features a couple viewpoints near the summit. Even without the best views in the Whites, it is still a great hike.…

Hiking Mount Osceola – The Best Views of Waterville Valley

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Mount Osceola is known for the beautiful clifftop views overlooking Waterville Valley. With approaches from Tripoli Road as well as the Kancamagus highway, gorgeous views, and easy double summit of East Osceola, this is a favorite among nearly…

Hiking Mount Isolation – Moose Infested Views of Mount Washington

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Mount Isolation has earned its name for a reason. Nestled in the middle of the Dry River Wilderness, it truly is isolated from manmade things, as well as heavy foot traffic. The hike is difficult, but the views…

Hiking North & South Hancock

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North and South Hancock mountain are perfect to combine together for a day hike. Located near the middle of the Kancamagus highway, they feature a quick ascent. These mountains don’t have exposed summits, but the summit of North…

Hiking Mount Eisenhower – NH’s Presidential Range

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Mount Eisenhower is NH’s twelfth highest peak and sits at the southern end of the Presidential Traverse. It lies between Mount Pierce and Mount Franklin, and features one of the most unique dome summits in NH. 360 degree…

Hiking Mount Adams | 5,774 Feet | White Mountains, NH

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Mount Adams is the second highest peak in NH at 5,774 feet. Located in the Presidential Range Between Mount Madison and Mount Jefferson, it has incredible views. It is often hiked as part of the presidential traverse, with…

Hiking Owl’s Head Mountain | 4,025 Feet | NH White Mountains

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Owl’s Head is probably the hardest to get to single 4,000 foot peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The quickest route to the summit is 9.1 miles right into the heart of the Pemigiwasset Wilderness. It…