As I’ve mentioned in other articles, southern New Hampshire is a haven for hikers and has an almost limitless number of places to get outside! We may not have the high peaks down here but these New Hampshire mountains provide everything from easy ascents to steep and strenuous traverses. Rose Mountain in Lyndeborough falls into the former category, so let’s revisit a hike I did here in October of 2023.

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No matter if you are a seasoned hiker of New Hampshire mountains or are just getting started on the trails, I heartily recommend the trip to Rose Mountain for the beautiful scenery. For more information on Rose Mountain Preserve and to download a trail map, visit Piscataquog Land Conservancy.

A note about driving access: It’s best to put this one on your hiking schedule for when the snow and mud are gone, as a sturdy vehicle is required to reach the trailhead via unmaintained roads.

Here’s another great hike to put on your “bucket” list for later in the summer: Gap Mountain. And by “bucket,” I mean bring one along because there will be plenty of blueberries!

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