Tripyramid Trail is a hiking trail in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 4.3 miles long and begins at 2,428 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 9.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 5,009 feet. Middle Peak (elevation 4,003 feet) and South Peak (elevation 4,058 feet) can be seen along the trail.
Tripyramid Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"A challenging yet rewarding climb up one slide and down another, with two official 4,000-foot peaks among the three peaks in between the slides. At 2.2 miles, the trail comes to Avalanche Brook and the junction with the Cascade Path.Mount Tripyramid is a landmark peak in the White Mountains recognizable by its three distinct summit cones—North, Middle, and South—and its slides. It’s a massive mountain, forming the eastern wall of Waterville Valley. North Tripyramid (4,180 feet) and Middle Tripyramid (4,140 feet) are both considered 4,000-footers. South Tripyramid (4,100 feet) is not because it doesn’t rise enough off the ridge between itself and Middle Tripyramid to be categorized as a separate mountain."
--Lisa Densmore, Hiking the White Mountains (Falcon Guides).
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