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Mount Cannon (4,100′) is well known by skiers, but it is also one of New Hampshire’s tallest mountains. Located in Franconia Notch State Park, Cannon is one of the most underestimated peaks. Though one of the shortest peaks on the list and can be as short as 4.4 miles round trip, many people are surprised

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Mount Cabot (4,170′) is the highest peak in the Pilot Range of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It is the northernmost of the NH 4,000 footers. One option to hike Mount Cabot is as a loop with The Bulge and The Horn, both of which are on the New England Hundred Highest List. The Mt Cabot

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Mount Adams (5,774′) is located in the Presidential Range of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It is the second highest mountain on the New Hampshire 4000 Footer list as well as the second highest mountain in New England. It is extremely rugged and exposed to extreme weather conditions. Mount Adams has two major sub peaks: Mount

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A true test of strength and stamina is New Hampshire’s rugged Presidential Traverse. It spans a minimum of 19.8 miles, has 8,500 feet of elevation gain, and is mostly above treeline. A Presi Traverse is often called a death march due to its difficulty. There are a few variations when planning a traverse. A basic

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Mount Garfield is a 4,500 foot mountain in Franconia, New Hampshire. It connects the mountains of the Franconia Ridge to the Twin Mountain range.  From the summit you will find terrific views of the Pemigewasset Wilderness with one of the best views of Owl’s Head, and Franconia Ridge. There are three routes described below to

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