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North Moat Mountain Trail is a 9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near North Conway, New Hampshire that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running.

Length 9.0 mi Elevation gain 3,116 ft Route type Point to Point
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We spotted bikes at the southern terminus of Moat Mountain Trail, then drove to the Diana's Bath trailhead. From there we hiked to Diana's Baths, then along the Attitash trail until it met up with the Moat Mountain Trail, which we followed back to our bikes. Then we rode the 10+ miles back to Diana's Baths!

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Andrew O'Barton
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HikingFeeGreat!Rocky

Hiked 11-7-20. First 2.5 miles pretty flat. Steady incline for last 2 miles. Wouldn’t say straight up but steady incline for sure. Great 360 degree views and great views of the Presidentials. Got really busy on way down toward Diana’s Bath.

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Bob Seaman
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loved it!!

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Evan P.
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Loved this hike! We left a car at Diana’s Bath and started at South Moat trailhead

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mary montesalvo
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Kristen Richard
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Bill Becker
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Diane Stuart
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Eric Fletcher
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Sweet 10 mile hike. Accidentally paused for 1/2 mile on AT app. Driven by this gem many times for higher summits, glad to finally traverse it, best done with 2 cars.

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Tayla Smedberg
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HikingBugsRocky

This was a great hike starts off easy and then gets very very steep. Only negative is that there is very limited parking had to park 1 mile away from the trail head

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Ky Wid
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Great traverse with some incredible views that you heard during your way up and down! Ending with a good bath to cool yourself off ... suggestion find the mystery water hole and jump in!!

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Morice Dennery
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HikingBugs

Nice trail, decided to do the hardest first and start with North Moat. Not too many people and awesome views

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Cari Frost
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Beautiful through hike!

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Reilly Lefebvre
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HikingBugsFeeRocky

Trail was in great shape! Beautiful summits and awesome views. $5 parking fee at the entrance. We did the whole thing, and camped in a spot a little bit off the trail after south moat. This was no easy trail at all. You spend 2-2.5 miles from the trailhead on an easy trail, then it goes straight up until north moat summit. It was fairly buggy but we had bugnets, deet100 and permethrin treated clothing. Overall it was about 16 miles split between the two days :)

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Eva Ianeva
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Kaleen McQuillan
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HikingFloodedRockySnow

You park at Diana’s bath and go from there. The directions on here led me to and another car to someone’s house. The first 2 miles are mellow and along a beautiful stream. After the two miles it is straight up, rocky and wet. Nothing unbearable especially considering it’s spring. The last half mile or so is very snowy, but starting to melt so you fall through a lot. Like up to your thigh. Luckily the sides have melted enough to find zig zag routes around the snow and wet rock. All and all every little bit or struggle was worth it for the view at the top. Will be doing again once all the snow has melted

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luke woodward
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HikingIcyRocky

Went 5/17 very easy all flat first 2 miles then you go right up. Maybe 2 miles down trail going up hit snow. A little tough, but nothing regular hiking boots cant handle. Snow clears before top. Amazing view at the top!!

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patrick reilly
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Great trail great views

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Marlene Hein
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Monica Conant
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I actually did this as a loop trail by going up Red Ridge and then over to North Moat and down. Loved it !

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