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We have hiked this MT a few times. So this time we drove the motorcycle up to close to the top as we could. There is a view there and then we continued for half a mile all straight up over some steep and ragged...More
My husband and I, in our 60s, climbed Kearsarge from Rollins state Park a year ago. We decided to try the Barlow trail. It wasn't for us! The rise is gradual and not challenging but there are a lot of boulders and tree roots on...More
We parked at the Winslow park ($4/person), hiked up the gradual Barlow trail and down the steeper Winslow trail. Little more than 3/4 of the way up, you break through the canopy and are treated to amazing views of mountains of Vermont and 2 lakes....More
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
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
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
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
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
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