This Hike Is The Easiest Way To Summit One Of New Hampshire's High Peaks
By Michelle|Published November 02, 2018
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The east coast might not have the same type of summits as out west – thing 4,000ers rather than 14ers – but that doesn’t make reaching the top any less impressive. The time and energy that goes into any hike is something worth celebrating and it’s even more exciting when the views are vast and beautiful. Reaching the top of a 4,000 foot mountain is challenging, but it doesn’t have to be impossible. This great hike in New Hampshire will take you to the top of one of the best in the area – and some think it’s one of the most manageable as well.
To get to the trail from the Tripoli Road trail head head north on I-93 before taking exit 28 to follow Route 49 east. In about 11 miles you’ll see the turn for Tripoli Road where you’ll make a left. Follow Tripoli Road by staying to the right and go past the Osceola Vista Campground. The parking lot is on the left, about a mile after the campground lot.
To get to the trail from the ski resort follow the directions above, but when you see Tripoli Road stay to the left, then stay right. From here, you’ll follow the resort’s main road to parking lot #1.
Did you know that the oldest hiking trail in America can be found in New Hampshire? Check it out here!
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