Having completed the full AMC 4,000 foot peak list myself I am very excited to share this guide bundle with aspiring peak baggers. As ... more »far as I can tell this is the most comprehensive digital guide to the highest peaks in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I have taken great care to include very accurate gps tracks for the best trails on each peak. For any one of the mountains there are multiple routes to the top but I have used my experiences in the White Mountains to detail the routes that I find are the most rewarding to climb. I have chosen the standard route to the summit for most peaks and have tried to group peaks together in long range hikes such as the Bond Range and the Franconia Ridge Range so that you can summit as many peaks as possible in a single hike. In each case I've explained my route decision clearly and have detailed all the major trail intersections often including the actual trail signs for each intersection. The only peak in the New Hampshire White Mountains without a maintained trail to the summit is Owl's Head. For that peak I described in detail where the true summit is and the gps track follows an established herd path.
Instead of ripping pages out of guidebooks we can now take along these digital guides with our smartphones. Not only will these guides direct you with driving directions to the trailhead but you will also be able to follow along the gps tracks included in these guides and see photos of what you will encounter later on the trail. These guides can be downloaded to your phone for offline use in areas where you don't have cell phone reception in the high peaks. That way you'll always have a terrain map beneath the track. Please see the attached link for how to do this.
The AMC 4,000 Footer Club is a part of the much larger Northeast 111er Club which I also am a member of and have a guide bundle for. Look for my other guide bundles for the 4,000 foot peaks in Vermont, the Adirondacks and Maine. less «
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