North Moat Mountain Trail

Intervale, New Hampshire 03845

North Moat Mountain Trail

North Moat Mountain Trail Professional Review and Guide

"Leveling out at less than 3200 feet, North Moat Mountain often is overlooked by those seeking to scale the forty-eight mountains that rise higher than 4000 feet in New Hampshire. While not high enough for some, North Moat’s ridges and views are far more beautiful and expansive than many of the peaks that tower above it.

Along the way, encounter cascading brooks, pass imposing rock formations, climb barren ridges, and tunnel through picturesque forests. While neighboring 4000-foot mountains attract larger crowds, North Moat Mountain awaits those seeking places where the White Mountains’ quiet beauty is on display."

North Moat Mountain Trail Reviews

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The Moat Mountain Trail is a loop trail that connects to the Red Ridge Trail for a nice hearty decent back to the parking lot. Lots of scenic views, including a very nice 360degree view @ the true summit of north moat (elevation, 3196ft). The trails are very well traveled, but could use some better markings to identify the trail. When you get closer to the summit coming from the moat mtn trail side, you will walking on a lot of smooth rock in a very open area. It is hard to tell where the trail goes. There is thirteen cents hidden under a rock on the red ridge trail. If anyone finds it please add a penny and continue on your way. It is to pay homage to the mtn gods, and will allow you safe passage. (Hint) You will find this rock next to another rock that looks perfect for sitting and having a rest.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
2,750 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
6 to 7 hours
550 feet
Trailhead Elevation
3,195 feet
Top Elevation
White Mountain National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS North Conway West
Local Maps

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Sep 2018