4,180 ft / 1,274 m


1,320 ft / 402 m


218 summits

Top climbing months

July   15%

August   14%

September  12%


  • North Trypyramid is a NH 4000-footer and one of 3 peaks that comprise Mount Trypyramid near Waterville, New Hampshire.
  • The north face has a long, steep, prominent rock slide known as the North Slide.
  • Often climbed in combination with Middle Tripyramid , another official 4000-footer on the AMC list.
  • Usually climbed in a loop from north-to-south since climbing up the North Slide is easier than going down.
"Hiked along with Middle Tripyramid. We decided on taking the Pine Bend Brook Tr as an out-and-back. Turned out to be a great plan as Sabbaday was closed for safety/maintenance, and everyone we know who had taken the Livermore Tr/Tripyramid loop had only talked about how taxing it had been and wished us luck. We had clear skies and mid seventies. It was a little muggy and buggy, but perfect on the breezy sections of trail. We saw some very healthy lady slippers growing along the lower two miles of trail (a pleasant and easy start and end to the hike), and multiple toads and butterflies. The vie" - gooner, Jun 22, 2018
"Hike with Kate P up Pine Bend Brook Tr. Her first time up. Encountered deep snow higher up. The signpost at the trail junction was nearly buried. Easier time then I was expecting to reach the summit on the final pitch." - newenglandwarrior, Apr 28, 2018
"A solo hike, and double-bagged North and Middle peaks (4th and 5th 4000 footer). I was pleasantly surprised to find the 'Flags on the 48' was on the same day. I topped North Tripyramid as the flag was being raised, shortly thereafter a Black Hawk helicopter flew over head! A very special hike and I am glad I could experience the special tribute. One of the flag raisers was a seven-year-old who already hiked all 48 4000 footers! Continued on to Middle and South Tripyramids." - gullyhiker, Sep 9, 2017
"After Middle, we went over and did North Tripyramid. Then we came down Pine Bend Brook Tr to Scaur Tr to Livermore Tr. Livermore Tr had some wet boggy areas. We reached the Kanc side of Livermore and my car. Some strong red-lining gains for me." - newenglandwarrior, Jul 6, 2017
"Trail started out on a nice dirt road (we really appreciated it on the way back). The North Slide was the hardest trail I've done yet. Open slide, mix of slab rocks & gravelly rocks, goes on for a mile! One of my fellow hikers coached me up, thank goodness. I probably would have taken the Scaur Ridge trail if I was climbing solo. Several water crossings, most rock hoppable (although we walked right through on our way out - cold water felt good)." - PJSelmer, Jul 3, 2017



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