New Hampshire mountains and peaks 1577 peaks

List of New Hampshire mountains and peaks. Mountain pictures, descriptions, and elevations shown for every mountain in the New Hampshire. Click the peaks to see mountain photos, maps, and summit logs. You can also browse New Hampshire mountains in a big map view or gallery view.

  • Mount Washington

    Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern US and the most prominent peak in the Eastern US. It ...

    6,288 ft / 1,917 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Ball Crag

    Ball Crag is a 6,106 ft / 1,861 m mountain peak in the Presidential Range in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    6,106 ft / 1,861 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Adams

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

    5,774 ft / 1,760 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Jefferson

    Mount Jefferson is the third highest mountain in New Hampshire. The mountain is part of the Presidential Range of the ...

    5,712 ft / 1,741 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Nelson Crag

    Nelson Crag is a 5,635 ft / 1,718 m mountain peak in the Presidential Range in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,635 ft / 1,718 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Clay

    Mount Clay is a 5,533 ft / 1,686 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,533 ft / 1,686 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Sam Adams

    Mount Sam Adams is a 5,489 ft / 1,673 m mountain peak near Bartlett, New Hampshire, United States. Based on ...

    5,489 ft / 1,673 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Boott Spur

    Boott Spur stands on the shoulder of Mount Washington above the south side of the headwall of Tuckerman Ravine. Although ...

    5,459 ft / 1,664 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Monroe

    Mount Monroe is a 5,384 ft / 1,641 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,384 ft / 1,641 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Madison

    Mount Madison is a 5,367 ft / 1,636 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,367 ft / 1,636 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Quincy Adams

    Mount Quincy Adams is a 5,358 ft / 1,633 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United ...

    5,358 ft / 1,633 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Adams Four

    Adams Four is a 5,335 ft / 1,626 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,335 ft / 1,626 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Lafayette

    Mount Lafayette is the highest peak in New Hampshire outside of the Presidential Range, ranking sixth in elevation on the ...

    5,260 ft / 1,603 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Adams Five

    Adams Five is a 5,217 ft / 1,590 m mountain peak near Bartlett, New Hampshire, United States. Based on peakery ...

    5,217 ft / 1,590 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Lincoln

    Mount Lincoln is a 5,089 ft / 1,551 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,089 ft / 1,551 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Truman

    Mount Truman is a 5,020 ft / 1,530 m mountain peak in the Franconia Range in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    5,020 ft / 1,530 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Franklin

    Mount Franklin is a 4,974 ft / 1,516 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    4,974 ft / 1,516 m New Hampshire, United States
  • South Twin Mountain

    South Twin Mountain is a 4,902 ft / 1,494 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United ...

    4,902 ft / 1,494 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Carter Dome

    Carter Dome is a 4,832 ft / 1,473 m mountain peak in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. ...

    4,832 ft / 1,473 m New Hampshire, United States
  • Mount Moosilauke

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

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