4,010 ft / 1,222 m


460 ft / 140 m


38 summits

Top climbing months

August   35%

September  17%

July   13%

Most climbed route

South Crocker Trail, Bushwhack

"After doing the two Crocker peaks, got back to South Crocker and found hurd path over to Redington. Was a easy path to follow and caught up to two other hikers working on the NE67. I took the multi color ribbon blazed trail back down. Followed some old logging roads and back on to the Vally road, some nice views along this route." - blackwolf_03278, Aug 24, 2018
"Was planning on hiking with 3 other people but they had to bail. So now I was doing it solo. Was planning on doing S. Crocker first but I missed the AT. So Redington first it is. No issues getting up there. " - newenglandwarrior, Jan 28, 2018
"The herd path is really easy to follow and the summit is interesting. We found the canister, it was being guarded by a healthy looking garter snake. Glad we had time to do this, but the 600 to 700 ft down and up (twice) to do this is a bear." - Alohabuffy, Aug 10, 2017
"The AMC group had me take the lead going over to Redington. The herd path has been marked with lots of red flagging. After reaching the summit, we took the roads back to the CVR and to some of the cars that were left there. " - newenglandwarrior, Jul 22, 2017
"Tuesday I dropped Kim off in Caratunk to slack pack the 20 mile section SoBo to Flagstaff Rd. at the end of the Bigelow Range and since I had a good portion of the day to kill I decided to go hit some 4000 footers that I hadn't done yet. From South Crocker I headed over to Redington. The "bushwhack" was extremely easy to follow, there wasn't a single time where I felt compelled to pull out a map or a compass. The herd path was narrow in some spots but always easy to follow. The notebook in the canister is full and needs to be replaced with a fresh one. I signed the top of a page where I fo" - LGH-Tom, Sep 20, 2016



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