"A varied hike through two boulder caves, across a blueberry-laden ridge, and down a tall cliff on fixed ladders. Mount Morgan and Mount Percival, at the northern end of Squam Lake, may not be the towers of the Presidential Range, but the views to the south of the Lakes Region, particularly Squam Lake and Lake Winnipesaukee, are unequaled for their expansiveness and beauty.
You can see from the northern end of Squam Lake across the entire region to the southern tip of Winnipesaukee. Morgan and Percival are the mountain version of Siamese twins, connected at the shoulder, and both have open, rocky tops. Both can be hiked alone or together as a loop. If opting for the loop, the only argument for going up Percival and down Morgan, which is how the route is described here, is that the descent to your car is shorter because the parking lot is at the base of Morgan."