"Caribou Mountain, with its indistinct profile and modest elevation, is a summit often overlooked by observers from nearby destinations. While easily overlooked from a distance, the mountain begs your attention up close. From the open summit tremendous views spread out in all directions, and wildlife abounds throughout the forests that blanket its slopes.
Each spring, while higher peaks remain buried in snow and ice, Caribou Mountain is carpeted with wildflowers, its waterfalls crashing with fury. By late September the hardwood-laden forest is a rainbow of yellows, purples, reds, and oranges. Between seasons, the beauty of the mountain is more subtle but no less impressive."