HIKES & EVENTS

Mt Livermore Loop via Brooks Fisher Trail

Half Day Hike

DATE: Apr 18, 2021
END DATE: Apr 18, 2021

Hike/Event Location: Holderness NH

Trip Leader(s)


tdefauw
Plymouth, NH United States,

jkelaghan
Plymouth, NH United States

Meeting Time: 10:00 AM

Max # People: 10

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

Hike Difficulty Level:

Moderate

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Summary

Join us for a beautiful loop hike to Mt Livermore in the Squam Range.   We will take the Brooks Fisher Trail up to the Crawford Ridgepole Trail, and then the Crawford Ridgepole Trail over to Mount Livermore.   The Brooks Fisher Trail was recently constructed a few years, and is very gentle.    After Mount Livermore, we'll backtrack down to Old Mountain Road, and take Old Mountain Road down to the road, and then a mile or so walking on the road back to the car.    The total distance is around 5 miles and 1000 feet of elevation.   

 

Directions To Trailhead Parking Lot

We will meet at the parking lot at Holderness Central School (google map "Holderness Central School, School Rd, Holderness, NH") and then drive over to the trailhead on Perch Pond Rd, since the trailhead can be confusing to find.   

Trip Leader(s)

tdefauw

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Plymouth, NH


United States
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jkelaghan

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate


Plymouth, NH


United States
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promeneur

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate


Nashua, NH


United States
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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Londonderry, NH


United States
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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Plymouth, NH


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promeneur Posted Apr 18, 2021 at 4:17 PM

A perfect Sunday hike, leisurely trails that meander back & forth, and up & down! The land is punctuated in historic vestiges of a bygone era and our walking encyclopedia & in-house comedian JT filled us in on all the subtle details as we passed by.....of course imbued with his signature wit! Thanks again for a great day Thad & Joe, see you guys on the next trail!

tdefauw Posted Apr 17, 2021 at 9:10 PM

We probably don't need microspikes, but maybe a good idea to bring them along in your backpack just in case.

tdefauw Posted Apr 17, 2021 at 2:06 PM

Squam Lake trails are open, so the hike will go on as planned tomorrow! Look forward to seeing everyone!

tdefauw Posted Apr 16, 2021 at 9:34 AM

The Squam Lake Association will make an assessment tomorrow morning on whether to open the trails for this weekend as they've been closed for mud season and we're getting some snow today. I'll check on that tomorrow and post by the afternoon on this hike is a go for Sunday, or whether we'll have to do a substitute hike like Plymouth Mountain.

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