Mount Parker

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3.5 mi
Distance
1 hrs 23 min
Time
terrain
2,280 ft
Elev Gain

Overview

This hike is an easy-to-moderately strenuous out and back hike to Mount Parker in White Mountain National Forest via Mt. Langdon Trail and Mt. Parker Trail. Mt. Parker has a partly open summit and offers views of Mt. Washington and peaks of the Presidential Range, Mts. Crawford and Resolution, the Doubleheads, Kearsarge North, and peaks of the Willey Range, Twin Range, and Nancy Range, among others. Mt. Parker is on New Hampshire’s 52 with a View list.

Getting Started

Follow US 302 to River St. in Bartlett, NH. Just past the intersection of River St. and Cobb Farm Rd., there is a small gravel parking area marked by a trail sign for Mt. Langdon Trail. Overflow parking is available in two places across the street from the gravel lot.


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