4,020 ft / 1,225 m


590 ft / 179 m


215 summits

Top climbing months

September  15%

August   12%

October   12%

Most climbed route

Blueberry Ledge Trail

"Hiked Blueberry ledge trail to Whiteface, then over Rollins trail to Passaconaway. From Passaconaway hiked Walden trail down to hit Mt. Hibbard, then the Wonalancet trail back to parking lot" - blackwolf_03278, Sep 24, 2017
"Forecast was for a wet day, so we took the long route for Passaconaway & Whiteface instead of going up the ledges, we spoke to several people who did climb the ledges, and never regretted our decision to go this route. It never rained, but we were in the clouds until the very end. 15.6 Miles! The trip from Passaconaway to Whiteface was fine, down forever over good sized rocks off of Passaconaway (see my Passaconaway log for the start), but the Rollins Trail was a delight! We hardly realized that we were climbing back up. No views of the Bowl - a disappointment for sure. From Whiteface it " - PJSelmer, Aug 12, 2017
"First hike up Mt Whiteface and Mt Passaconaway via loop with my cousin. First and second 4000-footer. There is a data error on GPX file, lost approximately 40 minutes of data along ridge between Whiteface and Passaconaway. Whiteface has great view south towards the lakes region and the Ossipee Range." - gullyhiker, Jun 24, 2017
"Awesome hike to Whiteface....a beautiful 50 degree day with full sun! We were able to navigate the ledges because the snow had melted enough and there was some bare rock. It did require hands and knees climbing but was super fun! " - shay-shay, Mar 9, 2017
"Parked on Ferncroft Rd. (Ferncroft Trailhead) --> Went up Blueberry Ledge Trail* - this trail was challenging in that it was steep and fairly grueling. There were some ledges that we had to lift my dog up but I didn't find them as difficult as some of the reviews I read portrayed them - although I do see how they could be scary to some! There are also some amazing views up the Blueberry Ledge trail both to the south (you can see Lake Winnepesauke as well as many other smaller lakes on a clear day) and to the east (towards Mt. Chocorua and the 3 Sisters) *We had intended to go up Ferncroft Tra" - maureenfh, Oct 8, 2016



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