4,340 ft / 1,322 m


2,034 ft / 619 m


327 summits

Top climbing months

June   16%

July   13%

August   13%

Most climbed route

Mount Osceola Trail

"Nice beautiful day in NH. Hiked up from Triploi rd. Trail was nice and lots of trail work had been done to clear blow downs. We enjoyed a nice view at summit and took our time headed back!" - blackwolf_03278, Jun 3, 2018
"Halfway decent day, some sun and fairly calm at the summit. Needed spikes, lots of icy parts. Up and over or down and under many blowdowns. People did a nice job cleaning it up." - Alohabuffy, Nov 12, 2017
"Perfect hiking weather! We hit the trailhead at 9:15am, after our standard lengthy pre-hike drive, and kept a good pace to the summit. The trail was fairly rocky, but pleasant and wide, and seemed to be extremely popular! We reached the summit in 1hr50min, and celebrated with a hearty half-lunch and time to enjoy the view. I also attempted to use the sun and an AMC map to figure out which mountains we were looking at... next time, I'll remember my compass. About 45min from there to the East Osceola summit. On the way back, we had some fun climbing up the chimney. Though heading back the way we" - gooner, Jul 29, 2017
"My first hike up Mt Osceola (my 3rd 4000 footer). I was accompanied by my wife, Kerrin, who bagged her first 4000 footer! Very rocky to start, then numerous switchbacks to the top. Great views to the east on a clear day, we also found limited views to the Franconia/Twin ranges." - gullyhiker, Jul 16, 2017
"Day 2 of our hiking weekend - Osceola and East Osceola. LOVED this hike! Started off at the Osceola Mountain trailhead ~8:30 am, a little warm and humid but a nice day. the trail starts off gentle and then begins a fun rocky, rooty climb of switchbacks. After 3.2 miles and only 2040' of gain we reached the summit of Osceola @ 4340' in ~ 1.5 hours - this includes lots of stops to chat and take in the great views along this trail so it can easily be done more quickly. The summit is an open ledge with incredible views - we stayed for a while to enjoy the sun, the company and the views. From" - deb-and-rob, Jun 10, 2017



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