Mount Kearsarge North is a 5.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bartlett, New Hampshire that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and snowshoeing and is best used from April until October.
Amazing views from the fire tower!
12/8/16 great climb. Clear day and great views from the top. I getting breaking my girlfriend into winter climbing and this was a perfect introduction. Micro spikes were a must. 1:38 from car to summit.
Dec. 4, 2016 - Beautiful day on the summit. About 25 def F with light winds. Only a few clouds around Washington. Some ice on the rock face half way up. Used our ice walkers and had little issue. Little over 2 hours up, less time down. Only the dog was tired.
Rightfully in the moderate category maybe verging on difficult. Awesome payoff for the view! #babehike
We made this hike on Nov 10th and while it may be rated moderate for the 20-40 group, for those of us in our 70s, it is more difficult than that.
After all it is an ascent of 2568' in 3 miles. And the fallen leaves made for some tricky conditions.
With that said, I'm glad we tackled this one. It was on the cool side, but we were dressed for it and we always take plenty of food and fluids.
The views of the Presidential and surrounding ranges were awesome.
White capped Mt. Washington looked spectacular.
3 hours up, half hour on the chilly, windy top, and 3 hours down.
I won't do any more long hikes after daylight savings ends. The days are too short...it was dark when we got back to the trail head.
Rating: Moderately Strenuous.
Best view in the valley. Worth the climb.
Well, we made it to the top, but it took us 3 1/2 hours. It was a beautiful clear October day so the views were fantastic. It took us almost two hours to descend, so the whole hike, including a half hour on the peak, took 6 hours. Plan accordingly! We brought water but no food, which was a mistake we won't repeat. We are inexperienced hikers who had never tackled a hike this high or this long before, so we really had to take our time going up with lots of short rests. We can certainly attest that this trail was much more strenuous that the Black Cap trail we did last year. It's rated as moderate, but from our perspective as amateur 60ish hikers it was much more difficult than we expected.