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Hiking in New England

Black Mountain

Benton, New Hampshire

My Trailmap of Black Mountain Hike of 1 June 2014

My Trailmap of Black Mountain Hike of 1 June 2014

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12/07/2018 10:27 PM
Hike Black Mountain (in Benton, NH) - 4000 Footers
Black Mountain is a 2,830 foot mountain in Benton, NH just northwest of Mount Moosilauke. It is part of the 52 with a View hiking list, as the summit offers wonderful views in many directions from its many ledges.. The most common route up to the summit of Black Mountain is via the Chippewa Trail off Lime Kiln Road.There are several view points off rock ledges before you even reach the summit.
12/08/2018 01:26 AM
Alphabetic Index - NH Mountain Hiking
New Hampshire Mountain Hiking Index. NH Mountain Hiking. Alphabetic Index (943 mountains + 327 nature walks)
12/02/2018 08:14 AM
New Hampshire 52 With A View Peaks - Hiking Lists ...
History In 1990, the 52 With A View list was created as a complement to the 48 4,000 foot peaks in New Hampshire. In 2001, Carr Mountain was removed from the list and replaced with Black Mountain (Jackson). On June 17, 2010, Mt. Wolf was removed from the list and replaced with Mt. Roberts. More Information
12/07/2018 06:31 PM
NH 52 With-A-View - NH Mountain Hiking
NH Mountain Hiking < Hike Lists. NH 52 With-A-View. Over The Hill Hikers (Sandwich, NH) maintains a list of beautiful peaks in NH under 4000-feet To find these peaks see the Google Map:
12/03/2018 07:55 PM
Hike 52 with a view mountains in new hampshire 52wav
HIKING LIST: 52 With a View, AKA Over the Hill Hikers << back to other hiking lists in New England : The 52 With a View list (also known as the Over the Hill Hikers) contains fifty-two mountains with elevations under 4,000 feet and have incredible views.
12/08/2018 12:15 AM
TrailsNH.com - Northeast Trail Conditions
TrailsNH has every hiking trip report in the Northeast, WMNF Road Closings, ADK and WMNF Trail Advisories, and more. By following every major blog and forum TrailsNH helps you access the most current trip planning information anywhere.
12/05/2018 11:34 PM
Hike New England - Hike Finder and Trail Index
Hiking trail reports and guides for New England. Our free all-season trail guide resource offers everything from short, easy, nature walks to challenging mountain hikes above timberline in the alpine zone. The detailed trail reports with hike descriptions, trail maps, photos, and driving directions serve as a great planning tool.
09/05/2015 07:53 PM
The 48 4000-Footers of New Hampshire
The 48 4000-Footers of New Hampshire Welcome to the Newenglandwaterfalls.com guide to hiking the 4,000 footers of New Hampshire! New Hampshire has 48 mountains that are over 4,000 feet in elevation, and at any one point in time, thousands of hikers are working towards a goal of climbing them all.
12/04/2018 02:10 PM
Haverhill, New Hampshire - Wikipedia
Haverhill is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States.The population was 4,697 at the 2010 census. Haverhill includes the villages of Woodsville, Pike, and North Haverhill, the historic town center at Haverhill Corner, and the district of Mountain Lakes.Located here are Bedell Bridge State Park, Black Mountain State Forest, Kinder Memorial Forest, and Oliverian Valley Wildlife ...
12/07/2018 02:10 AM
Cheshire County, New Hampshire - Wikipedia
Cheshire County is a county located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of New Hampshire.As of the 2010 census, the population was 77,117. Its county seat is the city of Keene. Cheshire was one of the five original counties of New Hampshire, and is named for the county of Cheshire in England.It was organized in 1771 at Keene.