After a quick break at the outhouses, we were back in the car and headed home by 1:00pm, clocking in for our shortest hike yet. And that was alright with me. At 6:40am on a steadily raining Monday morning, we couldn’t believe there was a healthy number of cars already starting to fill-up the street parking. The trail also follows the river for at least 1.2 mile, making for a pleasant but somewhat noisy hike. It was also here that we all reminded each other we’re slow and fat, so you know – set the pace accordingly. Adventure: Mt. All visitors are welcome to eat, rest and even stay the night at the lodge. But did I mention the rain? This is what most of the trail looks like. Arriving at the lodge around 6:40am (after a 2 hour 15 minute drive) we drove straight up the Ravine Rd and took the right at the fork to head into the turnaround where we knew the trailhead began. Share this page's content on a social network. Typical Hiking Times and Outing Durations. The car ride back was terrible. Parking for hikers is before the fork (right for turnaround, left for lodge). So is Moosilauke hard? We stopped for our first real break at the fork to South peak. Our goal for this fall – ten peaks. A fresh coat of snow, drizzled in hues of blue from the early morning light, blanketed the field at the foot of Mt. It rained steadily off and on the entire 3.7 miles up Gorge Brook. Why did we avoid it all last year? Some opinions are to "slack pack" it of possible from the north face to the south face because it is easier to climb tne north side than to go down it. Attempting to use the PeakFinder app to identify our pitiful view. We stayed on top for about 3 minutes. It took us a while because everything was wet and it was cold. Turn Right onto Rt 112 West. Moosilauke is an incredible winter hike. Mt. I knew from trail reports that I could expect a valley right before the summit, so I was preparing myself to start to climb down when we reached a point in the trail where you can actually see the summit of Moosilauke looming up before you. The overwhelming feeling turned us into scary summit-hungry creatures. I was hoping for views this time, but instead got a windy, snow filled day. Head up the very steep path alongside the beautiful Beaver Brook Cascades. Mount Moosilauke is the westernmost of New Hampshire’s 4000ft peaks. Once you make the last turn, you still have 3.1 miles to go! I do wish I could have experienced that, but the snow made it worth it. Summit via Gorge Brook–Carriage Road Loop. While I don’t really mind meeting other people, it’s an inevitability when you’re one of the thousands of fools gambling about in the Whites, it is nice to have the trail to yourself. Moosilauke. Note that in the AMC Guide for this hike it does caution that the footbridge over the Baker river is damaged and impassible. It is here where you really feel like the hiking begins. It was about 50° when we started our hike, but the sun was warm, and that woke up the bugs. Mount Moosilauke Loop is a 12.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Woodsville, New Hampshire that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. I don’t call it much of a reward when I get to the top and I’m so cold we turn around and book it down almost immediately. 93 to the trail-head was clear and took a lot less time than we anticipated. We’d read on a few reports that the trailhead was hard to find. Moderate: The Gorge Brook Trail offers a long yet moderate climb to the summit, offering views of the Franconia Ridge to hikers as they approach the top.Strenuous: The Beaver Brook Trail is a difficult route to Moosilauke’s summit due to extremely steep and rough trail conditions around the Beaver Brook Cascades. Mt Moosilauke Hike, New Hampshire. The Gorge Brook Trail is 3.7 miles (6 kilometers) long and it took us about one hour and forty-five minutes to reach the summit. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking and is best used from April until October. Adventure: Mt. After some exploring, we discovered is we were parked in the “for lodge guests only” side of the road. Turn one final time to the right to pick back up the Gorge Brook and you’re on your way to the summit. Opinions differ about this. This is where the Gorge Brook Trail … You climb, steadily. Hover your mouse over images in order to see captions. It’s also fairly short, a 7.4 mile round trip hike from the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge trail entrance, up Gorge Brook and then down the other side on the Carriage Trail and Snapper Trail. surrounded by panoramic views it is truly a beautiful sight on clear days especially due to the higher altitude compared to other white mountain peaks. Benton is a moderately steep trail, ascending via a ridge on the north side of the mountain. Start on Beaver Brook Trail, which is also part of the Appalachian Trail. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are perhaps the most dramatic, awe-inspiring part of the Appalachian Trail. Winter Hike Mt. My overall impression is a steady sloping decline that doesn’t provide much break for the old knees. Beaver Brook Trail (AT)/Asquam-Ridge Trail (4050'), Jct. The only place that tripped us up going down Snapper was the cross back over the river. Originally raised in 1938 by Dartmouth’s woodcraft advisor Ross McKenney (for which a plaque in his honor has been placed on the Gorge Brook Trail), the lodge was intended as a ski lodge to help position Dartmouth as a leader in downhill ski racing. Bear left/straight to follow Benton Trail which is also Beaver Brook Trail which is also the Appalachian Trail. This is an 11.6 mile hike that promises rock slabs and ledges, but luckily no exposed peaks. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Our plan at the moment is to tackle Whiteface and Passaconaway next week. That is as long as it is a clear day, if not enjoy the workout and plan to come back on a clear day. Mount Moosilauke is found on the western most part of the White Mountains in Brenton, New Hampshire. Why did we avoid it all last year? 3. One was burying it's head in my leg. The grades are moderate and the footing is excellent the entire way. It burned down in 1942. Hover over the button below to share. Moosilauke is the Westernmost 4,000 footer in the White Mountains and located in the Kinsman Range. Some of these blackflies were the Mutant White Mountain Black Flies. I thought we might be able to tough it out being in rain gear, but it was too cold and wet. After 1.5 miles, a spur trail leads right (in 80 yards) to the Beaver Brook Shelter. Please check the links below to get the latest status, closures, and alerts regarding forest roads, trails, and campgrounds. Instead, we couldn’t see anything and we flew down the trail covering about the first mile (0.9 miles) in under an hour. They are also great as a tote for your hiking boots and other gear. Hiking Carter Dome, Middle Carter, & South Carter. I was thrilled when my brother said he’d be there to hike Mount Moosilauke, the final 4000, with me as well. I think why it mislead us is because the trail with all the water pouring off the mountains looked more like a riverbed then trail. Mount Moosilauke is owned by Dartmouth College, a major university in New England that also maintains the trails and operates the Ravine Lodge on the eastern flank. We were all set to do Whiteface and Passaconaway, but after my sister and I agreed to take the first of October off from work (a Monday), we thought it would be better to tackle one of the White’s most popular trails on a weekday. As I’ve mentioned on several occasions, my hiking companions and I are not a fan of exposed peaks. We have been planning to climb Mt. At 6:40am on a steadily raining Monday morning, we couldn’t believe there was a healthy number of cars already starting to fill-up the street parking. Other than that, this is an impeccably maintained trail with some of the best trail signage we’ve seen! Moosilauke in Winter. The trip down was via Gorge Brook Trail, but there is an option of taking the Carriage Road/ Snapper Trail to make a loop hike. Mt Moosilauke. The winds can be crazy, and good views are often hard to come by, but it is a fantastic experience with the right equipment. Moosilauke via the Benton Trail. That whole bit is only 0.6 miles of the ascent. After signing up for Moosilauke, which is fairly far west by 4,000 footer standards, I chose the trail that sounded the most interesting; the Beaver Brook Trail. The highlights of my White Mountains trip last month were undoubtedly Mount Hight/Carter Dome (Saturday) and Mount Moosilauke (Monday). We were joined this hike by a familiar face – my uncle’s girlfriend who joined us for our trip up. You turn right into the trail and immediately head up the rock stairs and into the wilderness. The "trail closed" sign where you pick up the Wales Carter Connection. Mount Moosilauke via Glencliff Trail and Appalachian Trail is a 7.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Woodsville, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. Since I’m in the happy position of being backed up with my posts (happy because it means I’ve done more hiking than reminiscing),… These trails are also very popular in the winter. 5-7 hours (round trip) Difficulty: Weekend Warriors. After much deliberation we finally decided to brave Moosilauke and use this as our starting peak for this fall’s hiking. Moosilauke is known for its 360 views from Kinsmans to, at times, the Adirondacks in New York. Moosilauke On January 1, 2018 By Mark Karl In Hiking , Outdoor Activities Back at the end of October I went on a meetup.com group hike to Mt. VT 4000 Footers. I hiked up on the Gorge Brook Trail that starts at said Ravine Lodge. Follow this combined trail for 0.4 to achieve the summit of Mt. Looking back down the Gorge Brook Trail from the summit. Because of the exposed peak. In the summer, Mt. We reached the lodge at 12:35, exactly 5 hours and 5 minutes after starting out. The mountain is primarily operated and maintained by the Dartmouth Outing Club. Blue is a lesser peak on the way to Moosilauke and it was a great place to stop for a short break. At first we all panicked, thinking the Gorge Brook Trail was completely closed, but, after reading the sign fully, realized that the old section on the trail straight ahead was closed due to water damage but it had been rerouted along the Snapper Trail for a short way before again connecting back to Gorge Brook. Overview. Trails: Beaver Brook Trail. Moosilauke via Gorge Brook Trail Getting There: The Gorge Brook Trail leaves from the Dartmouth Outing Club's Moosilauke Ravine Lodge.To get there from Boston, take 1-93 North and get off at exit 32. The trail, looks more like a riverbed and immediately to right after crossing the river. We chose to stick with the trailhead off of the turnaround rather than walking through the lodge, but we did a combination on the way back. Moosilauke. Soaking wet and smelling like dog, it was a long two hours. We made good time, reaching the Ross McKenney memorial plaque at 8:30am, only one hour after starting. Here we go! Directions. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Our only view on the entire hike, Mt. This didn’t diminish the amount of preparation I did for the hike or the need to take bearings along my approach to check my location. Tips, trip reports, back-country gear reviews, safety and news. Blue's summit, you will reach the junction with Benton Trail. While there weren’t any views to be seen there, we did see some nice vistas on the way up. Our hands got really cold and some of us ended up wearing our mittens the rest of the way down. . I don’t even think anyone was behind us either. Moosilauke. Hiking Trails. This mountain has been on SL’s hiking bucket list for a while and hiking at least one 4,000 footer is one of my fitness goals for the year. I chose to hike the latter. If you would like to take a Mount Moosilauke hike, you are in luck. This is a great hike and takes anywhere from 3-6 hours, depending on your speed. Thanks to the alumni of Dartmouth, this bridge has been repaired, but you can see signs of the tree damage on both sides of the bridge. Why did we have the trail to ourselves – maybe it had a little bit to do with the steady rain pouring on us for most of the hike? At the summit of Mt. This is no longer true. I figured we didn’t have much longer to go after that, and while I wasn’t as exhausted as I usually am I still wanted to get there because by now I was soaking wet. What peak did we start with for our Fall 2018 hiking? With the wind really blowing the rain straight at us, I was glad for extra layers. On the. Hiking Mt. Moosilauke is the furthest south that you break tree line. Right next to the trail you'll find the Dartmouth Moosilauke Ravine Lodge. This view takes in the entire main ridge of Moosilauke, from the South peak, over the East Ridge and main summit (Gorge Brook Trail visible on the East Ridge), and finally the great gulf of Jobildunc Ravine, with Mount Blue beyond. That was all we could stand before needing to get out of the wind and rain. It is the farthest west of the NH 4000' peaks and it's summit is a large exposed area above treeline offering wide ranging views which many consider the best in the Whites. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, snowshoeing, and backpacking and is best used from April until October. I was looking forward to strolling in between the cairns marking the descent on the Carriage Trail. The first signs of the summit are the cairns that lead towards the false summit and into the valley. We took minimal breaks on the trail, only pausing to delayer or momentarily catch our breathe. Weather Forecast North Woodstock, NH. To … I’m not sure if it was the wet, but rather than continuing straight like we expected it curves immediately to the right and then picks up again. Moosilauke Hike on the Carriage Road On April 19, 2016 April 19, 2016 By careofmon In Hiking Sunday of this past weekend, my husband Jon, Mizpah, and I headed up to NH for a hike. There were even cars parked near the turnaround that we assumed were hikers. 3. For Backpackers who Hike with Camping Gear in their Backpack. Most of the hike to the summit is up the Gorge Brook Trail. Mousilauke – 4,802 ft. We chose to make the ascent from the Gorge Brook Trail, you guessed it – because it is the easier of the ascents. … Return via the same route, bearing right at the junction with Benton Trail, and later turning left upon meeting Asquam Ridge Trail. The lodge has the best “outhouses” I have ever been in, composting toilets that smell pleasantly of wood chips. Mt. by Daren Worcester 0. If we are going to try to do one better than last fall, we really need to cover some ground, which means peakbagging! I decided to hike up the Glencliff Trail which is 7.8 miles long and has 3,300 feet of elevation gain. After another 1.5 miles, during which the trail skirts just below Mt. It is ranked 9th of New England’s finest peaks, and one of the most visited. The cairns marking the decent down the Carriage trail. Spring hiking means I need to pack a little different than what my typical day hiking list entails. From the turnaround enter the Gorge Brook trail and follow the signs (mostly towards the left) around the lodge and then toward the right to pick up the real start of the trail. In my current quest to find as many excellent hiking trails near Boston as I can, I recently made the two-hour drive up to New Hampshire’s Mount Moosilauke via the Ravine Lodge route. In 1860 the Prospect House was opened at the Mount Moosilauke summit. Follow Beaver Brook Trail for 3.8 miles all the way to the summit of Mount Moosilauke and descend using the same route. We chose to make the ascent from the Gorge Brook Trail, you guessed it – because it is the easier of the ascents. The Appalachian Trail follows the Beaver Brook Trail to Kinsman Notch. Moosilauke – 4,802′ Mount Moosilauke by the Gorge Brook Trail (7.4 miles, 2,450 feet) is perfect for a warm-up hike. Much to my surprise, we summitted 15 minutes later, arriving at the summit marker at 10:15am, only 2.75 hours after starting. Beaver Brook Trail, Benton Trail, Appalachian Trail, Summit, views, cascades, brook, 4000-footer, Jct. Having never heard of the 4,000 footer club until last summer and having never really hiked a mountain over 1,300 feet, I’m pretty happy with that. We made good time coming down, but it was steep in some parts – causing those of us with poor knees to take our time. Why did it keep coming to the top? It was hard to be sure, with many stretches of my least favorite kind of hiking – steady, heart-rate rising trauma-inducing cardio inclines – this had all the makings of a hike I would not like. Mt. The trail was also very wet in this part. Hike Vermont. Make sure to check it out! This was a piece of cake and I thought – how did people miss the trail? This was a piece of cake and I thought – how did people miss the trail? The grades are moderate and the footing is excellent the entire way. Moosilauke, there are remains of the Prospect House built in 1860, later known as the Tip Top House, a hotel similar to the one on the summit of Mt. We were hoping to go the weekend before last but had to deal with house issues. The summit marker (which looks like a person) is clearly visible from the approaching trail. I mean I know it’s popular, but still. But do it on a nice day – it will be so much more worth it when you get to the top! Our talking was to a minimum as we made the ascent. We’d read on a few reports that the trailhead was hard to find. I had seen pictures of the near moonscape-like tundra summit and the boost of 360 degree views of pretty much every mountain range in the Whites. As long as we were moving I think all of us were fine. Moosilauke - 4802' (4/48) Gorge Brook Trail-head On Saturday, June 30th, Paloma, John, and I set out to hike Mt. Actual vs. Continue straight up Beaver Brook Trail and after 0.4 mile, bear right to stay on Beaver Brook Trail while Asquam Ridge Trail goes left. Even in the steady drizzle, these slick bridges were no problem. Hiking Mt. Not on the trail, they are a little above it (I'm standing on the trail). This was the only place on the hike where I felt an extra sign was needed. Could there really be hikers already on the trail? At times when we paused on the trail at areas we could tell might be an impressive look out, we thought the fog might lift enough that we were hopeful of seeing something on the top, but if anything the rain became harder as we made the final push towards the summit. Moosilauke is a prominent 4000+ mountain lying significantly west from the main grouping of the White Mountians. The hike was great. Also – some of us are scared of heights. All are welcome to stay in one of the lodges “rustic bunkhouses” for $35 a night. Hike Maine. 3.9 miles (one way); elevation 4,802 feet. Our only real surprise for this section was the “Trail Closed” sign stapled to a tree a little ways up from the Hurricane Ridge fork. This will take you into the town of North Woodstock. Could there really be hikers already on the trail? Mooslauke in Warren, NH. Show your appreciation for HikeNewEngland by using these practical and fun reusable shopping bags. Mt. Mount Moosilauke Ravine Lodge. I climbed on Sunday and Tuesday too but they were lesser—if perfectly OK—outings. For once, I think we were the only ones to scale Moosilauke that day (correct me if I’m wrong, fellow hikers!). We crossed over the river on some very well placed rocks and promptly lost the trail. We’ll see if we get there. I’m apprehensive, but have renewed confidence in my abilities after crushing Moosilauke. I love peakbagging, but we’re running out of “short,” not terribly difficult hikes we can reasonably do in the fall before dark. Park in front of this sign heading back to Ravine Rd. Fork to South Peak, left continues on Carriage. There we refueled with beef jerky, dried mangos, and granola, but within 15 minutes and hopping around to keep warm we were back on the trail. Also – looking for a bathroom? While I wouldn’t call this much of a false summit because I think it’s pretty obvious you aren’t there yet, there is a particularly large cairn that marks a turn to the left and back into the trees. There were even cars parked near the turnaround that we assumed were hikers. The trail to begin the climb to Moosilauke wraps right around the lodge, so you can be sure to see it from all angles. Mt. Arriving at the lodge around 6:40am (after a 2 hour 15 minute drive) we drove straight up the Ravine Rd and took the right at the fork to head into the turnaround where we knew the trailhead began. Mt. It is a 3.7 mile twisting and switchbacking steady incline towards the summit. Date – July 2, 2011. Another October comes to New England and with it my dad, sister, and I hit the trails again continuing our trek across the New Hampshire 48s. Date: ? This will take you into the town of North Woodstock. Black flies hit us for the first time here. Moosilauke was not easy, but it was amazing! If it turns out to be another crappy weekend we’ll still hike, but probably something shorter like Cannon. In about a half mile you reach the summit of Mount Moosilauke easily noticeable with its rocky top which makes nice cover for windy days. Throughout most of your hike you'll predominately be in the cover of trees. Fragile alpine vegetation is in abundance on the trail and you are warned to keep to the path. Last fall we completed our first nine peaks over the course of five weekends. But more on that later. Mount Moosilauke, located about 8 miles west of Lincoln, NH (just south of Franconia Notch State Park), is a popular White Mountain hiking and backcountry skiing peak. Gorge Brook Trail: the trail starts off right at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge and almost immediately crosses a river with a large wooden bridge. Start on Beaver Brook Trail, which is also part of the Appalachian Trail. Start on Beaver Brook Trail, which is also part of the Appalachian Trail. We would have made it a lot sooner, but we paused to layer up in the stand of trees just before the summit. We met absolutely no one on the trails. This year we started with Mount Moosilauke. Mount Moosilauke, #10 on the New Hampshire 4,000 footer list and coming in at 4,802 feet. Getting close, the trek up towards the false summit. Mt. Moosilauke is the western-most 4k footer in NH. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and backpacking. Head up the very steep path alongside the beautiful Beaver Brook Cascades. If you want to reference some content on this site, please link to us. Moosilauke. Plus for those who wear glasses, like three of the four of us, the pelting rain made it was nearly impossible to see. Down into the valley we went. Others say it really dosen;t matter. We routinely hopped to the side to avoid drenching our feet. Moosilauke Via the Appalachian Trail and Glencliff Trail. That’s right, this old team of cardio-averse wimps and an old guy actually made book time. This paid off! It was disappointing on so many levels that the summit was that unpleasant. That means we pretty much have to do peakbags over six weekends before we call it quits in early November. Mt. The Gorge Brook Trailhead is located right next to the very impressive, recently rebuilt Moosilauke Ravine Lodge owned and operated by. Choose from Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Yahoo, MySpace, and more. The quick jog down the open fields of the Moosilauke summit and onto the Carriage Trail was a rain-streaked blur. Head up the very steep path alongside the beautiful Beaver Brook Cascades. Mostly because it’s listed in the “easy” category if you summit from the Gorge Brook Trail. After some exploring, we discovered is we were parked in the “for lodge guests only” side of the road. Note: This trail may be extremely dangerous in icy conditions. The weather was beautiful and the ride up Rt. Blue? He had had a couple of kids in the last few years, so it had been hard for him to keep up with his crazy younger brother who’d seemingly hit the mountains every weekend. It is a much steeper route, but the road into the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge is typically closed until early May. Ravine Lodge Campus Map | Copyright © 2018 Trustees of Dartmouth College. name (TrailsNH): Mount Moosilauke NH. Yes and no. I estimate the hike to have burned about 3,000 calories, assuming a burn rate of about 700 calories an hour for this activity. Beaver Brook Trail (AT)/Benton Trail (AT) (4550'). It’s also fairly short, a 7.4 mile round trip hike from the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge trail entrance, up Gorge Brook and then down the other side on the Carriage Trail and Snapper Trail. Many things can get in the way of that in the all-too-typical unpredictability of New England weather, but we’ll see how far we get. What’s that you say? By Richard Kipphut. Moosilauke – 4,802′ Mount Moosilauke by the Gorge Brook Trail (7.4 miles, 2,450 feet) is perfect for a warm-up hike. MODERATE 7.2 mile hike (4.5 hours) There are multiple paths up to her bald summit that gives you a wonderful 360 view of the land below and other mountain ranges. I am currently in Vermont on my thru hike and have had several opinions on how to hike Mt. Book time is 5 hours and 2 minutes! Turn Right onto Rt 112 West. The mountain itself is high, but so is the starting point, so the total elevation gain is manageable. If I could describe the descent in one word it would be down. Moosilauke. My last visit to Moosilauke was spent in the fog after an October snow storm. I thoroughly believe any one with a drive and incline to hike can hike. After about 15 minutes of posing for a variety of photos to always remember this special hike, we hunkered down behind the rocks to get ready for the trek back into the woods. Fall hike to Mt. Continue for a short distance and you’ll come to another fork where Hurricane Ridge continues to the left and you’ll stay on Gorge Brook Trail to the right. The Carriage Trail provided a nice descent down towards Snapper Trail. You can tell you’re getting close to the top when the birches give way to short pines and the granite becomes prominent on the trail. We made short work of the descent, rounding the last 1.7 miles down the Snapper Trail at around 11:50. Your opinions please if you have already hiked it. Mt. Moosilauke via Gorge Brook Trail Getting There: The Gorge Brook Trail leaves from the Dartmouth Outing Club's Moosilauke Ravine Lodge.To get there from Boston, take 1-93 North and get off at exit 32. Because of the exposed peak. It is technically Gorge Brook, but if you look at the map it’s more of an offshoot, or “the Gorge Brook Tributary” as my dad called it. Difficulty – Ascent is very gradual, so this is a pretty east hike – distance is where the difficulty … Snapper Ski Trail - Originally built as for skiing, this trail was named for Ed "Snapper" Harris who worked on the trails at Moosilauke for many years. Follow Beaver Brook Trail for 3.8 miles all the way to the summit of Mount Moosilauke and descend using the same route. This is a moderate white mountain hike with fantastic views and a large alpine zone. We got on the trail by 7:30am. In several places the trail crosses over the Gorge Brook river, but the DOC has maintained small, wobbling, footbridges that making the crossings very easy. I can’t really report much about the ascent because it was largely uneventful. The information on this site may freely be used for personal purposes but may not be replicated on other websites or publications. I had contemplated my route and was going to hike up Glencliff. It was recently rebuilt into an impressive campus that encompasses roughly six main buildings, including the brand new and gorgeous lodge. All are welcome to stay in one of the lodges “rustic bunkhouses” for $35 a night. If you plan to just hike, park past the telephone pole heading back down the Ravine Rd. name (wikipedia): Mount Moosilauke. Take a left immediately off the bridge to continue on the Gorge Brook Trail. By now whatever dry thing we had was long past thoroughly soaked. The Carriage Road trail is wide and gradual, it was a little over 10 miles and took us a little over 6 hours to do. If you read anything about Moosilauke via Gorge Brook you’ll read varying perspectives – some saying it’s super easy that those with any physical fitness at all can do it, while others call it a very challenging hike. There are multiple paths up to her bald summit that gives you a wonderful 360 view of the land below and other mountain ranges. In the case of Moosilauke, three of its sub-peaks are also on the Trailwright's list including Mt Jim (4,172 ft) , Mt Blue (4,529 ft), and South Peak (4,523 ft), guaranteeing that I will be spending a lot of time hiking up Moosilauke this winter and that I'll probably hike every trail on the mountain, which is the point of the Trailwright's list. Turnaround on Ravine Rd to trailhead.
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