Up Green Mountain Climb and down Dearborn. Parked at the Dearborn trailhead and had to walk a mile or so on gravel roads to get to the Green Mountain climb trailhead. The trail Is basically a wise gravel road with loose rocks on it, not a wooded narrow trail. Some areas long steep climbs. I wouldn't call it hard although it is steep in areas but it is wide open and gravel. Good 360 views from the fire tower at the top. Took Dearborn down and it was a more enjoyable narrow trail through the woods. Would take Dearborn up next time.
Nice trail. It was steep, but I would not rate it as hard (moderate if you are in shape). It is poorly marked and we had to be conscious of where we were relative to where we came from. We used this app to track ourselves. The view from the fire tower is beautiful!!
So....it was not EASY. Finding the trail was a bit confusing as maps brought you to a treatment center. The trail begins with logging road and lots of debris. Eventually it was very well marked. Compared to trails up Mt Washington it was steeper with less rocks.
I would say Moderate or Moderate to difficult. It was a peaceful hike. The views from the tower were awesome but some trees were barriers to some views.
Robert P. on Green Mountain Climb
could not find the trail.so we did the hanson top it's on the other side straight up
The first part of the trail is pretty beaten up by logging but then it gets better. Wide and well marked. Clearing at the top with picnic tables and 2 more trails leading off. Didn't have time to check them out. No views until you climb the tower.