A small mountain but otherwise an interesting hike. Its off Rt 156 approaching Deerfield. Parking area is on the left, you will have to look for it. Hike starts through an excellent stand of Hemlock, some very old and passes a beaver pond. It then winds along a huge boulder field which is used for training for rock-climbing. It climbs steadily to an area of caves particularly one called the "Devils Den" beyond that it winds up to the summit through a boreal forest. The summit itself is marked with a large green board used for the military in signalling. Very nice hike. I've done this in summer and winter.

Elevation (feet): 995
Elevation (meters): 303
Continent: North America
Country: United States
State: Maine
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
First successful climber(s): Native Americans
Nearest major airport: Manchester, NH
Convenient Center: Raymond, NH

Thanks to Jim Lombard for adding this peak.

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