Mount Carrigain

Bartlett, New Hampshire 3812

Mount Carrigain

Mount Carrigain Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This is a pleasant warm-up on an old logging road along a brook, then a steady climb to a breathtaking ridge walk, leading to arguably the best view in the Whites from the summit viewing platform. Mount Carrigain is a grand peak in every sense—grand in its presence at the southeastern edge of the Pemigewasset Wilderness; grand in its views, which are equaled only by those from atop Mount Washington in terms of the number of 4,000-footers you can see (forty-three); and grand as a day hike that will leave you both exhilarated and exhausted.

Though technically in the town of Lincoln, the trailhead for the Signal Ridge Trail, described here, is closest to Bartlett. It is the most popular and shortest route up Mount Carrigain, though it is still a 10-miler with over 3,000 feet of climbing. Save this one for a clear day, not only for its special reward at the top, but also because the section across Signal Ridge is exposed with a steep drop-off to one side."

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Trail Information

Bartlett
Nearby City
10
Distance
3,149 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
8 hours
Duration
USGS Mount Carrigain Quad
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Dec 2018