Kearsage North Trail

Carroll County, New Hampshire

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Kearsage North Trail is a hiking trail in Carroll County, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 2.9 miles long and begins at 684 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,707 feet. The trail ends near the Kearsage North Tower shelter and Kearsarge North (elevation 3,251 feet). There is also a viewpoint near the end of the trail.
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Kearsage North Trail is a hiking trail in Carroll County, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 2.9 miles long and begins at 684 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,707 feet. The trail ends near the Kearsage North Tower shelter and Kearsarge North (elevation 3,251 feet). There is also a viewpoint near the end of the trail. This trail connects with the following: Weeks Brook Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Carroll County
Distance: 2.9
Elevation Gain: 2,707 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 684 feet
Top Elevation: 3,251 feet
Driving Directions: Directions to Kearsage North Trail
Elevation Min/Max: 684/3251 ft
Elevation Start/End: 684/684 ft
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Hiking the White Mountains

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A steady climb to a fire tower with a particularly fine 360-degree view that includes Mount Washington, Wildcat, and the Moats. Kearsarge North, also called Mount Pequawket after the Indian tribe that lived in the area until the 1700s, is a dominant landmark on the northern end of North Conway.

It is the mountain immediately north of the Cranmore ski area and is easy to recognize with its conical shape and fire tower on top, which many feel offers one of the best views in the White Mountains. The trail, called the Mount Pequawket Trail on older maps, enters the woods heading north, immediately crossing a wet area and passing near a couple of houses.

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May 2018