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Trailwright New Hampshire 4000 footers

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft
1.Boott Spur5502Presidential Range118
2.Adams 55266Presidential Range39
3.Mount Lafayette5260Franconia Area3360
4.Mount Truman5020Franconia Area120
4.Mount Franklin5020Presidential Range50
6.Little Haystack4780Franconia Area40
7.Mount Carrigain4700Franconia AreaNull
8.Middle Carter Mountain4610Eastern White Mountains720
9.Mount Guyot4580Franconia Area200
10.West Bond4540Franconia Area200
11.North Carter Mountain4530Eastern White Mountains60
12.Mount Garfield4500Franconia Area840
13.South Carter Mountain4430Eastern White Mountains240
14.Mount Hancock4420Franconia Area1240
15.Mount Osceola4340Sandwich Range2040
15.Mount Field4340Franconia AreaNull
17.Zealand Mountain4260Franconia Area240
18.Mount Osceola-Middle Peak4220Sandwich Range120
19.North Tripyramid4180Sandwich Range1360
20.Mount Cabot4170White Mountain North CountryNull
21.Middle Tripyramid4140Sandwich Range280
22.Cannon Mountain4100Western White Mountains760
22.South Tripyramid4100Sandwich Range120
24.Mount Whiteface4020Sandwich Range600
24.Mount Hancock-Northwest Peak4020Franconia Area160
26.Mount Osceola-West PeakNullSandwich RangeNull
26.Mount Osceola-East PeakNullSandwich RangeNull
26.Wildcat DNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Mount HaleNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount JacksonNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount TomNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount MoriahNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Mount PassaconawayNullSandwich RangeNull
26.Owls HeadNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Galehead MountainNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount WaumbekNullWhite Mountain North CountryNull
26.Mount IsolationNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount TecumsehNullSandwich RangeNull
26.Mount JimNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.Mount BlueNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.Mount Moosilauke-South SummitNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.Kinsman MountainNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.Southwest TwinNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount FlumeNullFranconia AreaNull
26.South HancockNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount PierceNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Wildcat CNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Kinsman Mountain-North PeakNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.Montalban Ridge-North PeakNullPresidential RangeNull
26.BondcliffsNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount WilleyNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount LibertyNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Wildcat MountainNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Mount LetheNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Mount HightNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Mount EisenhowerNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount BondNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Mount LincolnNullFranconia AreaNull
26.South TwinNullFranconia AreaNull
26.Carter DomeNullEastern White MountainsNull
26.Slide PeakNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount MoosilaukeNullWestern White MountainsNull
26.North TwinNullFranconia AreaNull
26.John Quincy AdamsNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount MonroeNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount MadisonNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Abigail AdamsNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount WashingtonNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount AdamsNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount JeffersonNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Sam AdamsNullPresidential RangeNull
26.Mount ClayNullPresidential RangeNull

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List Description

To complete this list, you must follow a unique rule that I have not heard used before--only one summit bagged per trip is permitted. So, for example, you cannot climb Adams, Madsion, Sam Adams, etc, in one dayhike and count them all, which most hikers could easily do. You must make separate trips, one for each peak. This means that most hikers will need 72 days of hiking to complete this list.

Also, since this list was created by a trail maintenace organization, you must also donate some trail work time before being considered a list completer. does not track these special conditions, but the list is still presented since it is a reasonably comprehensive list of all New Hampshire 4000 footers with many subsidiary peaks.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       AMC White Mountain Guide, 28th Edition (Smith, Daniell)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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