Elevation

4,560 ft / 1,390 m

#34 in New Hampshire

#31,445 in United States

Prominence

160 ft / 49 m

#262 in New Hampshire

#8,790 in United States

Summits

138 summits

#59 in New Hampshire

#126 in United States

Top climbing months

July   20%

June   17%

August   17%

Most climbed route

Twinway

17.2 mi • 5,047 ft gain

Highlights

  • Although over 4,000 feet in height, Mount Guyot is not considered one of the 48 New Hampshire "4000-Footers" because it lacks 200 feet of topographic prominence.
  • Lies on the northern boundary of the Pemigewasset Wilderness. The immediate area around the summit consists of alpine spruce-fir forest or krummholz.
16 summits • 17.2 mi • 5,047 ft gain • 8 hr 10 min
1 summit • 21.2 mi • 4,174 ft gain • 12 hr 37 min

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