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360 views!

I have hiked many mountains in New Hampshire. Mt Kearsarge North is definitely in my top 5. The... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Magalie17
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Quebec, Canada
A beautiful and accessible mountain, much spoiled by a mega-tower

Kearsarge stands alone in Central NH, with an open rocky summit, so on a clear day you can see the... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2017
BeulahCulpepper
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Warner, New Hampshire
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2 weeks ago
“360 views!”
17 Jan 2017
“A beautiful and accessible mountain, much spoiled by a mega-tower”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have hiked many mountains in New Hampshire. Mt Kearsarge North is definitely in my top 5. The climbing is challenging and there were mosquitoes when we hiked it last weekend but the 360 views at the fire tower are absolutely stunning. We loved it....More

Thank Magalie17
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Kearsarge stands alone in Central NH, with an open rocky summit, so on a clear day you can see the Whites to the north, Monadnock and Massachusetts to the south, the Green Mtns to the west, and nearly to the seacoast to the east. You...More

1  Thank BeulahCulpepper
Reviewed 6 December 2016

On Friday Dec 2nd, My boyfriend and I (2 senior citizens) drove to Rollins State Park to drive up the auto road, have a picnic lunch at the parking lot, then hike .5 to the summit. When we arrived at the state park we saw...More

1  Thank Sharon L
Reviewed 30 November 2016

My adult daughter and I hiked Mt. Kearsage on Sunday, November 27, 2016. We hiked from Winslow State Park. The gate at the bottom of the hill was closed, so we had to hike about 3/4 mile up the paved road to the trail entrance....More

2  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

I went to Mt. Kearsarge with two friends last weekend. We parked in the the Winslow State Park parking lot - it was $4/person to enter there, which is really your only option to get to the two shorter trails. We chose to go up...More

Thank Rebecca S
Reviewed 29 September 2016

I recently decided to return to this mountain for the first time in a long time. Overall the climb was great and the paths are challenging. I took my new puppy and my girlfriend along for the hike and they enjoyed every second of it....More

Thank moosechris2015
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

Good bang for your buck hike. Easy to carry infant up, dog friendly. Quick hike with fire tower at the top and 360 views.

Thank Tchesssss
Reviewed 27 June 2016

I was here with a hiking group and someone told me the trail was "difficult". I'm a moderate level hiker. I tried it anyways and I would rate it "moderate" (for the White Mountains, that is). It's a three mile up/three mile back trail. Most...More

Thank Cindy T
Reviewed 7 May 2016 via mobile

Great place for hiking. A few options depending on your choice of length and difficulty. The shorest and easiest is by starting at the Rollins state park, which is a short drive from Warner. Relatively short with rewarding views. This side is good for hiking...More

Thank RyanS278
Reviewed 26 April 2016

This State Park has a great few trails to the top. You can drive up the Warner side for a short walk to the top, or decide to go up the Sutton/New London side for a more challenging hike with more numerous vistas. Lots of...More

Thank Bill B
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