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So happy it didn't rain

We've wanted to hike and enjoy some foliage recently but the frequent rain has not allowed it. We... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sherie B
via mobile
Great for families

Great hike for families. It is a mountain and rocky, so expect a 45 minute steady climb up and... read more

Reviewed September 5, 2018
john m
Windham, New Hampshire
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3 weeks ago
“So happy it didn't rain”
5 Sep 2018
“Great for families”
New Hampshire mountain offering beautiful views.
Peterborough New Hampshire, Fitzwilliam, NH
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We've wanted to hike and enjoy some foliage recently but the frequent rain has not allowed it. We were able to enjoy a chilly, cloudy hike up the summit road on Saturday and enjoyed it very much! It was very quiet when we arrived at...More

1  Thank Sherie B
Reviewed September 5, 2018

Great hike for families. It is a mountain and rocky, so expect a 45 minute steady climb up and similar for the way down. Great views at the top.

Thank john m
Reviewed August 28, 2018

This was a recommendation from a family member to visit while we were in town; so we decided to try it. They have both hiking trails and vehicle access road. We drove up the very narrow road. The views at the top were well worth...More

2  Thank SandieS
Reviewed August 4, 2017 via mobile

Steep drive to the top but worth it. It's only a mile up the road but on a clear day you can see Boston.

Thank Brie E
Reviewed May 22, 2017

Hike it. Drive it. Doesn't matter. Get up there anyway you can. Oldest Park in NH. The 360 views are stunning.

Thank Scottbeckcat
Reviewed May 18, 2017 via mobile

The views are amazing and so is the staff. We went on an overcast day but still had great views all around. We could clearly see Boston, and the White Mountains. We'll worth a quick trip even if you just drive up!

Thank AJohnsy13
Reviewed April 30, 2017

It takes 30-60 min to get up, it is 1.4 miles. The trail on the right is less rocky than the Wapack trail on your left. If you want to be easy on your knees coming down, go up Wapack. It's a quick way to...More

Thank mjacobs
Reviewed March 26, 2017

It is the best to go early summer or early fall. It path is not very easy, you will need good shoes. once you get to the peak, you forget one hour hike that you had and just enjoy it. Definately going back.

Thank Amon182
Reviewed October 10, 2016 via mobile

There are great views on Pack Monadnock as well as bird watching. If you don't have the time to hike up, take the mountain road to the parking lot on top. You can go up the stairs of the lookout tower and check out the...More

Thank Swampscott
Reviewed July 4, 2016

I am in pretty good shape (yoga, walk/cardio every week) and this hike was very challenging. It was steep both up and down. I would advise to wear some strong shoes, bring some snacks and water.

Thank Christina C
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