New Hampshire Appalachian Trail Peaks

Take an incredible journey across the heights of New Hampshire. Includes all peaks whose summits lie on (or very near) the 161 miles of Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire. Highlights include summiting alpine tundra-topped peaks of the White Mountains, exploring remote trail deep in the Pemigewasset Wilderness, and the classic traverse of all the high peaks of the boulder-topped Presidential Range. One of the most difficult and scenic sections of the entire AT.




  • Mount Washington

    6,288 ft / 1,917 m • 764 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern US and the most prominent peak in the Eastern US. It is famous for its dangerously erratic weather - be prepared fo...

  • Mount Adams

    5,774 ft / 1,760 m • 292 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Adams is the second highest mountain in New Hampshire after Mt. Washington. Located in the Northern Presidential Range, Mount Adams was named after John Adams, the se...

  • Mount Jefferson

    5,712 ft / 1,741 m • 280 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Jefferson is the third highest mountain in New Hampshire. The mountain is part of the Presidential Range of the White Mountains and is named after Thomas Jefferson, t...

  • Mount Clay

    5,533 ft / 1,686 m • 93 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Clay is a 5,533 ft / 1,686 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 6th highest mountain in New...

  • Mount Monroe

    5,384 ft / 1,641 m • 277 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Monroe is a 5,384 ft / 1,641 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 9th highest mountain in N...

  • Mount Madison

    5,367 ft / 1,636 m • 253 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Madison is a 5,367 ft / 1,636 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 10th highest mountain in...

  • Mount Lafayette

    5,260 ft / 1,603 m • 515 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Lafayette is the highest peak in New Hampshire outside of the Presidential Range, ranking sixth in elevation on the list of New Hampshire four-thousand footers. It is...

  • Adams Five

    5,217 ft / 1,590 m • 20 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Adams Five is a 5,217 ft / 1,590 m mountain peak near Bartlett, New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 14th highest mountain in New Hampshire...

  • Mount Lincoln

    5,089 ft / 1,551 m • 409 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Lincoln is a 5,089 ft / 1,551 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 16th highest mountain in...

  • North Lafayette

    5,040 ft / 1,536 m • 29 summits • United States

    North Lafayette is a 5,040 ft / 1,536 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in the United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 26049th highest mountain in the U...

  • Mount Truman

    5,020 ft / 1,530 m • 103 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Truman is a 5,020 ft / 1,530 m mountain peak in the Franconia Range in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 17th highest mountain in ...

  • Mount Franklin

    4,974 ft / 1,516 m • 80 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Franklin is a 4,974 ft / 1,516 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 18th highest mountain i...

  • South Twin Mountain

    4,902 ft / 1,494 m • 179 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    South Twin Mountain is a 4,902 ft / 1,494 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 19th highest mount...

  • Carter Dome

    4,832 ft / 1,473 m • 164 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Carter Dome is a 4,832 ft / 1,473 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 20th highest mountain in N...

  • Mount Moosilauke

    4,802 ft / 1,464 m • 376 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Moosilauke is a 4000-footer in the southwest White Mountains Region of New Hampshire. The Appalachian Trail passes over the mountain. Moosilauke is the tenth highest...

  • Mount Eisenhower

    4,780 ft / 1,457 m • 279 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Eisenhower is a 4,780 ft / 1,457 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 22nd highest mountain...

  • Little Haystack Mountain

    4,724 ft / 1,440 m • 298 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Little Haystack Mountain is a 4,724 ft / 1,440 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 25th highest ...

  • Mount Hight

    4,675 ft / 1,425 m • 69 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Mount Hight is a 4,675 ft / 1,425 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 28th highest mountain in N...

  • Middle Carter Mountain

    4,610 ft / 1,405 m • 128 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Middle Carter Mountain is a 4,610 ft / 1,405 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 29th highest mo...

  • Mount Guyot

    4,580 ft / 1,396 m • 113 summits • New Hampshire, United States

    Although over 4,000 feet in height, Mt. Guyot is not considered one of the 48 New Hampshire "Four-thousand Footers" because it lacks 200 feet of topographic prominence.