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Mount Lincoln, New Hampshire


Prominence: 169 ft, 51 m

Elevation: 5089 feet, 1551 meters


Approx. Isolation: 0.82 mi, 1.32 km
Elevation Info:NAVD88 Elevation: 5089 ft / 1551 m
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)44° 8' 56'' N; 71° 38' 41'' W
44.148832, -71.644677 (Dec Deg)
288494E 4891805N Zone 19 (UTM)
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNew Hampshire
County/Second Level RegionGrafton
City/TownFranconia
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Lists that contain Mount Lincoln:
     New Hampshire 3500-foot Peaks (Rank #7)
     New England 3700-foot Peaks (Rank #8)
     New England 4000-foot Peaks (Rank #8)
     Northeast USA 4000-foot Peaks (Rank #10)
     New Hampshire 4000-foot Peaks (Rank #7)
     Northeast "115" 4000-footers (Rank #10)
     AMC New England Hundred Highest (Rank #8)
     AMC New Hampshire 4000-footers (Rank #7)
     AMC New England 4000-footers (Rank #8)
     YMCA Alpine Club List (NH) (Rank #9)
     Trailwright New Hampshire 4000 footers (Rank #13)
     Most Ascended Peaks (Rank #5)
     Peaks with Most Individual Summiters (Rank #5)
     Eastern USA 5000-foot Peaks (Rank #177)

Selected Guidebook(s) for this Peak:
       AMC White Mountain Guide, 28th Edition (Smith, Daniell)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     2009-09-04 by Kevin Tilton
     2010-04-24 by Tony Rachupka
     2010-05-31 by Isaiah Knight
     2010-10-09 by Wesley Barry
     2010-10-09 by Michael McDonagh
     2010-10-12 by Dennis Poulin
     2011-03-19 by Tomoko Nakajima
     2011-07-27 by Ryan Aschbrenner
     2011-07-30 by Smaranda Moisescu
     2011-09-11 by Matt DiFrancesco
     2011-11-27 by Don Cook
     2012-02-10 by Matt DiFrancesco (GPS Track)
     2012-07-08 by Charles Marshall
     2012-07-18 by Spencer Corcoran
     2013-07-13 by Gregory Rada (GPS Track)
     2013-07-25 by Michael Berger (GPS Track)
     2013-08-17 by Chris Stempek (GPS Track)
     2013-09-21 by Kaerstin Quinlan
     2013-09-29 by Kevin Klasman (GPS Track)
     2013-10-05 by Steve Blanchette
     2013-10-05 by Paul Blanchette
     2014-04-19 by Richard Bedard (GPS Track)
     2014-06-07 by Chris Calabrese
     2014-09-13 by Spencer Corcoran

View ascents of peak by registered Peakbagger.com members (910 total)

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Mount Lincoln is the far high bump on the crest of the Franconia Ridge (1981-07-10).
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ProminenceKey Col Page  (Detailed prominence information)
  Clean Prominence: 169 ft/51 m
  Optimistic Prominence: 209 ft/63 m
  Line Parent: Mount Lafayette
  Key Col: 4920 ft/1500 m
Isolation0.82 mi/1.32 km
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Mount Lafayette  (N)
Isolation distance is based on NHN and is slightly overstated.
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Appalachian Mountains
Range3: Northern U.S. Appalachians
Range4: White Mountains
Range5: Franconia Area
Range6: Franconia Range
Drainage BasinsPemigewasset
Merrimack
Gulf of Maine
Atlantic Ocean
OwnershipLand: White Mountain National Forest
Wilderness/Special Area: Pemigewasset Wilderness Area
Topo MapFranconia O44071b6 1:24,000
Route #1 Maintained Hiking Trail: Appalachian Trail
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Franconia Ridge from Mt Moosilauke (2007-11-11). Photo by Rian Laub.
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Franconia Ridge and Owl's Head from West Bond (2010-09-20). Photo by Rian Laub.
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Summit of Mount Lincoln (2013-07-27). Photo by Matthew Lyons.
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Overlooking Cannon (2015-06-24). Photo by Vic Stashewsky.
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