Trip report

Mount Roberts Hike

52 With A View DATE: 01/08/2022 - 01/08/2022

Trip/Event Location: Moultonborough, NH
US

Trip Leader(s): Gandalf , JDNnh

Max # People: 10

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

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Join us for an intermediate hike to Mt. Roberts [2582’] in Moultonborough, NH. We’ll be taking the attractive and relatively easy Mt. Roberts Trail except for two steep sections. The trail

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Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

Trailhead and parking area are on Ossipee Park Road in Moultonborough, NH. Ossipee Park Road starts on the northeast side of Rt. 171, 0.5 miles east of Rt. 109. Drive about 1.5 miles up Ossipee Park Road. Parking is available at the end of the road on the right. We’ll be driving a blue Toyota Tacoma truck. Click here for a Google map.


Trip Report/Photos
Featured Photo

Gorgeous day on the trail and summit! I think I speak for many when I let out a boisterous cheer for the return of the Snow Miser! While this is a really low snow year, Mr. Polar Vortex delivered with the temps! I am almost certain I saw a glimpse of him in the snow-capped trees. The top hat was a dead giveaway. We’ll see more of him this week! We started with temps in in the teens and the sun warmed things up by noon.

Trail was packed down by other hikers. There was ice underneath the fresh snow so we used Spikes.  Maybe one day this winter we can use snowshoes!

Lots of people out today, many with their dogs. It was cool talking to many other climbers and swapping notes with a member of the Lakes Region Search and Rescue Team. Thankfully abundant sunshine, no clouds, nor any wind contributed to a stellar day!

We had grand views across Lake Winnipesaukee when we reached the open ledges. Soon we were on the Mt. Roberts summit – not a particularly high or grand peak, but with impressive views north into the heart of the White Mountains including the Presidentials!   

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What Members Are Saying About This Trip/Event

Members That Participated

Gandalf

Outdoor Fitness Level: Very Strenuous


Thornton, NH


United States
JDNnh

Outdoor Fitness Level: Very Strenuous


Manchester, NH


United States
jmahoney

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Boston, MA


United States
Eupatorium

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Alexandria, VA


United States
jkelaghan

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate


Plymouth, NH


United States
tdefauw

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Plymouth, NH


United States
promeneur Jan 10, 2022 at 6:51 AM

Comment: Pity I missed this!

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