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Doublehead Ski Trail

Jackson, New Hampshire
Distance1.5mi
Elevation Gain1,560ft
Trailhead Elevation1,477ft
Top3,023ft
Elevation Min/Max1470/3023ft
Elevation Start/End1477/1477ft

Doublehead Ski Trail

Doublehead Ski Trail is a hiking trail in Jackson, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 1,477 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is three miles with a total elevation gain of 1,560 feet. The trail ends near North Doublehead (elevation 3,025 feet).
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Best Backcountry Skiing in the Northeast (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)
David Goodman
"The Doublehead Ski Trail is a 1930s-era down-mountain trail full of interesting and exciting twists and turns that leaves from the summit of North Doublehead." Read more
Cynthia Copeland, Thomas J. Lewis, & Emily Kerr
"You’ve hiked The Roost and Mount Agamenticus. Now you and the kids are ready to tackle a real mountain (and you’re even considering an overnight). North Doublehead is the mountain for you. With a White Mountain National Forest (WMNF) cabin at the summit, you can spend a relaxing evening miles from the nearest television or lawn mower. There’s no appropriate turnaround point along this route, so it would be something of a letdown if the group had to head back before reaching the summit. To avoid disappointment, make sure everyone (and everyone’s gear) is up to a steep mountain climb. Allow yourselves enough time for frequent rests and energy breaks." Read more

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Jackson
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White Mountain National Forest
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