I hiked the 1.8mi trail from Limington with my 3 kids. 9 and 6yo boys and my 1.5yo daughter. The first .8 mile was a steady incline on even terrain. That had me inspired to finish the final mile, shortly after the 1mi to summit sign the terrain changed to uneven rocks and boulders at a steep incline. My kids and I hike a lot, I'd consider us "experienced" hikers and this was a challenge. Start to finish it took us about 4.5 hours. The first half of it my toddler daughter was on her own two feet so that accounts for time. The view at the top is amazing but limited. The air is clean and light and we put in so much hard work that we were cheering for ourselves from the top! It's an excellent hike but you need good shoes and lots of water! Hope you like our pics!
Nice peaceful secluded hike. Gets quite steep towards the summit and was forced to keep up the pace in order keep the black flies and mosquitos from eating you alive this time of the year. Lots of really big old trees along the trail and a few old burial grounds to check out.
Easy trail. Wide and well marked. Seems to be some sort of land dispute with the Trust and private property owners based on some of the signs posted. Couple of old cemeteries. Went on a rainy day so mostly just fog at the summit. Lots of trees and the top so maybe not a lot for views there anyway. Either way, a nice leisurely trail.
Trail was like hiking up a camp road / dried up stream bed for the most part. Couple of old cemeteries along the way including a turtle cemetery. Not sure what that was about but it had a creepy vibe to it. Summit didn't have any great views but did have some pleasant shady areas to pause for a snack.