Trip report


Half Day Hike DATE: 11/13/2021 - 11/13/2021

Trip/Event Location: Peterborough, NH

Trip Leader(s): Gandalf , JDNnh

Max # People: 10

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Our first of five winter introduction hikes to ease you into winter hiking leading to ascending your first winter 4,000 footer! We know we won’t be encountering snow just yet but the purpose of

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

The trailhead is at Miller State Park. From Route 101, travel to the top of the ridge where a gap lies between Temple Mtn. and Pack Monadnock Mountain. From the east you will pass Temple Mtn. Ski Area just before the sign for Miller State Park. The sign for Miller State Park will be on you north hand sign (from Peterborough it will be on you left, and from Milford or points east it will be on your right). Pull into Miller State Park (toll) and pull into the lower parking area.

We'll be driving a blue Toyota Tacoma truck. 

Trip Report/Photos
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The sun was shining and the temperature was a comfortable 50 degrees! After a strenuous rocky start, we managed as a group to keep a steady pace with a few rest breaks peppered here and there as we made our destination towards the summit. Upon reaching the summit, a few took turns climbing the steps of the observation tower where views of the Boston sky line could be seen from 50 plus miles away in the distance! Northern mountains far and near could be seen as well. We had lunch at picnic tables on the breezy summit and then made our descent via the Marion Davis Trail that traverses much less strenuous terrain than the Wapack Trail. A very fun and enjoyable trek as winter is unfolding in the Monadnock Region! Our sincere thanks to all who signed up and made this hike immensely entertaining and enjoyable.

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What Members Are Saying About This Trip/Event

  • Thanks for a nice hike it was great meeting everyone. See you next month. - bostonsk8
  • A perfect trail day Mike & Jon, could not be any prettier! Glad to catch up with my buddies again, looking forward to the snow and more GO adventures. - promeneur

Members That Participated


Outdoor Fitness Level: Very Strenuous

Thornton, NH

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Very Strenuous

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Strenuous

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Strenuous

Newtonville, MA

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate


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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Waltham, MA

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Nashua, NH

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Berlin, NH

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Easy to Moderate

Peabody, MA

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Strenuous

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