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A Challenging Climb but Worth it

We chose this hike due to its proximity to Jackson NH, and the fact that it was rated as a... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2016
gwardbeeler
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Experience the Alpine Zone with Moderate Effort (Edmunds Path)

Mt Eisenhower stands at 4760 feet below the shadows of its towering neighbor Mt Washington (6288... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2015
Steven H
,
Salem, New Hampshire
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28 Aug 2016
“A Challenging Climb but Worth it”
9 Sep 2015
“Experience the Alpine Zone with Moderate Effort (Edmunds Path)”
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Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

We chose this hike due to its proximity to Jackson NH, and the fact that it was rated as a moderately challenging hike, with good views. We parked at the lot about two miles down Mount Clinton Road, is just off route 302. We took...More

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Reviewed 9 September 2015

Mt Eisenhower stands at 4760 feet below the shadows of its towering neighbor Mt Washington (6288) but don't be fooled - this is still a "Presidental" hike and delivers the same 'alpine' experience with a tad less work. Even though the starting elevation is higher...More

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Reviewed 9 June 2015

Warning: This hike was HARD. Don't let the beginning fool you. We had muscles in our legs hurting the next day we didn't even know existed! That being said... DO IT! This was a tough but gorgeous hike that takes you through forest, up waterfalls,...More

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