Peaks

 

67

 

 

Pursuers

 

983

 

 

Finishers

 

16

 

 

Tackle the most popular peak challenge stretching across New England! Also called the NE 67, this challenge includes the 67 peaks over 4,000 ft high with at least 200 ft of prominence in New England: 48 peaks in New Hampshire, 14 in Maine, and 5 in Vermont. A natural next challenge to pursue after the mega-popular New Hampshire 4000ers.

 

Highest peak

Mount Washington

6,288 ft / 1,916 m

Most prominent peak

Mount Washington

6,148 ft / 1,873 m

Most summited peak

Mount Washington

895 summits

Most difficult peak

Mount Washington

Class 1

Difficulty breakdown

Class 1/2 7 peaks

Top climbing months

July   16%

August   15%

September  13%

"Very good day for a winter hike in the No Presis. Low to no wind and actually warm. Recorded 34 deg as we were descending Jewell at 4:00 PM. Good deal of ice on the top of Jewell and along Gulfside, but spikes handled it. Some sun, mostly later in the day. Fantastic sunset across the Presidential and Willey ranges." - Mount Jefferson, Alohabuffy, Jan 5, 2019
"Busy day on Cabot. Around 20 degs. A little breeze at the top. Some sun but a lot of clouds. Was spitting snow half the way up. Lunch in the cabin. Felt like a refridgerator. But very good trail conditions, no ice, easy walk with spikes. Thought about looping over to Unknown Pond but that trail looked a little rough at the summit." - Mount Cabot, Alohabuffy, Dec 30, 2018
"Nice short hike up Hale Brook trail. Trail was muddy and leave cover down low. Icy spots and frozen mud near summit. Frost covered trees nest top and snow falling most of way." - Mount Hale, blackwolf_03278, Oct 21, 2018
"Très belle rando au dessus des nuages avec le groupe de Liane. C'est une belle et bonne personne que je découvre là! Deuxième ascension de Mansfield pour moi. Cette fois-ci par le côté plus "rock-&-Roll". J'ai vraiment adoré ce sentier. " - Mount Mansfield, fsoucy76, Oct 6, 2018
"My 30th NH 4,000-footer the week of my 30th birthday! I had performed in a chamber music concert in CT Friday night, and was running on a maximum of 4 hours of sleep when I met Jessica at 4:40am Saturday. We took our standard 3+ hour drive to our mountain of choice, all the while bemoaning our mutual exhaustion and agreeing we had probably made a terrible decision, but were doing it anyway. The clouds rested below the mountains that morning, and the vibrant autumn colors assured us the trip ahead would be worth it. It was! 39 degrees to start. Varied and pleasant terrain. Two new trail friends" - Owl's Head Mountain, gooner, Oct 6, 2018