Rollins Trail to Mount Kearsarge is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Warner, New Hampshire that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.
Hiked from the bottom at the ranger station all the way up after an ice storm. Incredible experience and a beautiful place! 10 miles later! Lol.
Very easy hike. .5 up and .5 mile back. Some rocks, but nothing crazy. Brought my 7 and 5 yo kids who had no problem. $10 to get into the park, then you drive up 90% of the mountain, park, and hike the final bit. Phenomenal 360 degree views on top. Great bang for your buck!
This is our favorite trail. Our little kids can do this with very little difficulty and the views at the top are amazing.
Always a great hike all seasons. Love it in the snow when the trails is closed! That extra 1 1/2 mile is a nice warm up. Sunrise hikes are awesome as well.
Epic fail. Went today and road was closed for the season already! So lame. We had kids and only planned for a short hike so we couldn't walk the auto road the whole way. Maybe next year! I hope they consider staying open longer because there were many folks in the same boat as us that left annoyed and disappointed.
Not recommended for dogs. very rock with shape edges.
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Love ,love this mountain! Perfect distance for a day hike. Today it was breezy and cold. Snow flakes were in the air as we made our trek!
I love doing this as a sunrise hike.
Great trek! 360 views. Pack a lunch for the summit. Great moderate climb on at times slippery granite rocks.