Mount Moosilauke Trail

Breezy Point, New Hampshire

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Standing prominently over the Connecticut River Valley, 4802-foot Mount Moosilauke is the highest mountain in western New Hampshire. Beginning as early as 1685, when Abenaki Chief Waternomee was believed to have stood upon its summit, this mountain has lured us to its flowing ridges and deep ravines. Dartmouth College faithful have long visited its heights in search of outdoor adventure. And with numerous routes leading to the peak Native Americans once called the “Bald Place,” Mount Moosilauke continues to be a popular destination for hikers today. Well before you reach the top to gaze upon the expansive views or enjoy its invigorating winds, you will come to understand why so many before you have been attracted to Mount Moosilauke.

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"Standing prominently over the Connecticut River Valley, 4802-foot Mount Moosilauke is the highest mountain in western New Hampshire. Beginning as early as 1685, when Abenaki Chief Waternomee was believed to have stood upon its summit, this mountain has lured us to its flowing ridges and deep ravines.

Dartmouth College faithful have long visited its heights in search of outdoor adventure. And with numerous routes leading to the peak Native Americans once called the “Bald Place,” Mount Moosilauke continues to be a popular destination for hikers today. Well before you reach the top to gaze upon the expansive views or enjoy its invigorating winds, you will come to understand why so many before you have been attracted to Mount Moosilauke."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Breezy Point
Distance: 11
Elevation Gain: 2,750 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 7 hours
Season: May through October
Trailhead Elevation: 2,460 feet
Top Elevation: 4,802 feet
Local Contacts: Dartmouth Outing Club
Local Maps: USGS Mount Moosilauke and Mount Kineo

Mount Moosilauke Trail Reviews

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8/31/2008
Beautiful hike! We took the long route and didn't see a single person for the first 4 miles. The trail up was amazing, it followed a creek for quite a while and then we were in pine forests. The trail down was very steep (we took the Carriage trail and then Snapper trail)and rocky. Overall, a great hike!
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