Mt. Pierce, a N.H. 4000-footer in Winter – Advanced

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Date(s) - Sat, Jan 13, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Mt. Clinton Road Parking Lot
Across from Highland Center

United States

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You must answer the questions when you RSVP in order to join this hike. You may not see the questions if you RSVP from a cell phone, in which case, you will have to update your RSVP from a computer. Everyone will start on the Waiting List.

I have classified this as an ADVANCED hike due to winter conditions and the possibility of severe weather.

This is one of the easier 4000-foot peaks, but it will be much more difficult in winter. If you are just starting to work on your winter 4000-footer list, this is a good mountain to start on. You will need microspikes for traction and may also need snowshoes either due to snow depth or to keep the trail in good condition so other hikers don’t end up in potholes we potentially could create. The pace will be steady but on the slower side. There will be lots of brief wait ups to help prevent people from both overheating and chilling. After the hike, those who wish can stop at a local restaurant for food and drink.

The hike:

Total Distance: 6.2 Miles
Elevation Gain: about 2,300 feet
Difficulty Level: Difficult in winter
Time: 3.5 to 4 Hours

7:30 AM: I-93, Exit 2 Park & Ride in Salem, NH
8:15AM: I-93, Exit 14 between LL Bean & Hannford in Concord, NH

Driving directions from I-93, Exit 14:
Take I-93 N for 74 mi to Exit 35
Take Rte 3 toward Twin Mountain for 9.8 mi.
Take Rte 302 E for 8.2 mi.
Turn left onto Mt. Clinton Road, and park in the lot a short distance off Rte. 302

Dogs are not allowed on this hike.

Guests are not allowed on this hike. Have your guest join the group if they would like to attend an event.

Please do not show up for an event unexpected or unprepared. RSVP questions must be answered before attending an event. This is a group event and participants are expected to follow the lead, stay together, stop at junctions or summits, and support other participants should circumstances require teamwork.

As a condition of your voluntary participation in this activity you acknowledge and agree to the following: this activity involves inherent risks that can cause property damage, injury, illness, disability, and/or death to participants and/or others; you assume all risk associated with this activity; you are responsible for having the necessary knowledge, skills, abilities, clothing, and equipment to safely participate in this activity; you know and will follow the Hiker Responsibility Code described at ; the leader(s) of this activity are volunteers; and you release, hold harmless, and indemnify the leader(s) and all members of this group from any and all claims for property damage, injury, illness, disability, and/or death – including those caused by negligence and/or other reasons.

Event Creator Details

  • Name : Greenlight

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