4,422 ft / 1,348 m


1,034 ft / 315 m


186 summits

Top climbing months

August   16%

September  15%

July   13%

Most climbed route

Wildcat Ridge Trail

"After D peak, I went over and did A peak. I brought out my snowshoes and used them. There was about a couple of inches of snow I had to break out. Eventually reached A peak. On the way back, saw a bunch of people heading to D peak. Made quick time going down the ski slopes. " - newenglandwarrior, Apr 21, 2018
"Epic and sort of disappointing hike... we had decided to head up the ridge trail instead of the ski trails which took more time due to careful footing...but it was well worth it for views and sense of accomplishment. We had wanted to do all of wildcat AND carter dome AND the carters...but on the descent from wildcat A to the col between carter dome we all had some sketchy falls....I wanted to keep going but my two hiking buds said it was a no go...they didn't have the strength or mental state to continue. So just the 5 Wildcats for the day. Actually using my ice axe and crampons was pretty" - shay-shay, Apr 21, 2018
"After Wildcat D, I hiked over to A. Had to break trail between D and B peaks. Glad I brought the snowshoes. Tiring work. A huge moral booster when I came across old snowshoe tracks at B peak. My pace quickened and I reached A peak. Views there too. Headed back to D peak then down the ski trails back to my car. " - newenglandwarrior, Dec 15, 2017
"Ascended Wildcat Ridge Trail from Glen Ellis Falls Trailhead; Descended the Ski Trails then road walk back to trailhead. Lots of blowdowns up along the ridge between peaks E and A." - kpreston21, Nov 4, 2017
"After summiting D, I made my way over to A. I was the only person on the trail today. Reached the summit and then returned the way I came. 2 more peaks for my 5th loop and also moving some of my weaker Grid peaks up." - newenglandwarrior, Mar 20, 2017



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