Mount Monadnock

Dublin, New Hampshire

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Behind Japan’s Mount Fuji, Monadnock is considered the second most climbed mountain in the world. Its name is derived from Native American words that are now used to describe any mountain with a unique geologic formation that stands high above its neighbors. Mount Monadnock’s size, relative solitude, and barren summit, most recently torched by overzealous wolf hunters in the nineteenth century, provide some of the finest views in New England. A vast trail network scales the many rocky ridges that emanate from the high point, with most visitors conquering the peak from the Monadnock State Park entrance on the east.

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"Behind Japan’s Mount Fuji, Monadnock is considered the second most climbed mountain in the world. Its name is derived from Native American words that are now used to describe any mountain with a unique geologic formation that stands high above its neighbors.

Mount Monadnock’s size, relative solitude, and barren summit, most recently torched by overzealous wolf hunters in the nineteenth century, provide some of the finest views in New England. A vast trail network scales the many rocky ridges that emanate from the high point, with most visitors conquering the peak from the Monadnock State Park entrance on the east."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Dublin
Distance: 4.8
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 4 hours
Season: April–November
Local Maps: USGS: Monadnock Mountain, NH; Dublin, NH

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