Beaver Brook Trail to Mount Moosilauke is a 6.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Woodstock, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October.

Length6.8 miElevation gain3,123 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsBird watchingForestViewsWaterfallWildlifeRockyNo dogs
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Very steep trail with incredible views at the top. This trail can be very tricky if it’s raining, as it would be extremely muddy and slippery. Wear sturdy shoes with grip.

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Elie Elkhoury
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This was a short family hike to give them a taste of what I do.

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Kate Radlinski
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Awesome hike, highly recommend, beautiful views of Presidentials n surrounding mountains! Only above tree line for 1/2 mile total, calm winds, not very difficult for 7 miles total, trail pretty popular so packed down pretty well! Used snowshoes whole time, did see some with spikes but not as easy...Few technical spots but saw 9yr old German shepherd walking trail so dogs are definitely safe! Overall an easier 4000 footer than a lot of them given its 10th highest...

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Carol Carman
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Ron Thompson
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Kirstin Dodge
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Broken out by some awesome experience hikers this morning, the trail was snowy, slippery, but super fun. A few couples without snowshoes left some deep post holes. The top was raging! gusting wind and sharp icy snow that stung the skin. You could barely make out the next cairn on the trail above tree line. I loved it, and am excited to do it again another day!

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Maxim Enis
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Bruce Borofsky
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Athila Padilha
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Andre Santos
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Alli McCrary
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Great hike! Microspikes needed the entire way, very thick icy spots. We wished we had crampons on the way down. Windy at top but big payoff with the views!

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Sean Merges
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fortunately I was really lucky, little to no wind,, absolutely perfect summit conditions. good packed snow but snowshoes would've hoped in some spots. difficult but not impossible, took me just under 4 hours round trip

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Marc Braun
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Agree with everything Atlas the hiker said about the trail and the views yesterday. Great hike, great views. Parts of the first (and last) mile and a half were tricky.

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Atlas the Hiker
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HikingGreat!ScrambleSnow

TOUGH but beautiful trail! Trail was covered in loosely packed powder; microspikes worked out alright but I wish I had brought snowshoes. Summit was windy but not too cold, and while the clouds were rolling in there were 360 views! Some of the steep spots were really tricky on both the ascent and descent. An amazing start to a new year of hiking!

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Stephanie McIntyre
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Joseph Ringuette
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Absolutely amazing hike! Not too strenuous up to the summit whatsoever, however there are some points with some serious inclines. As of 12/30/20, micro spikes are a must and snowshoes would be helpful at points (but are not necessary). The summit is exposed and very windy and cold - be prepared!

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Colin McMahon
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No trail markings (from what I saw), but good tracks and conditions. Be ready for cold and snow if visiting in winter - bring spikes, layers, snowshoes (optional) and enjoy. Windy on top.

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Erica Theroux
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Easy to park and find the trailhead. Make sure to bring cash for the self pay station. I would also recommend microspikes(at least)in the winter. About 8 inches of snow currently covers the path. Overall really great trail!

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Melyssa Noyes
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Extremely strenuous.... white out at top. Fell when almost at car due to being DEAD. My body is not moving for a week.

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Don Rudy
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