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Ascent of Kinsman Mountain-North Peak on 2011-09-16

Climber: Ryan Aschbrenner

Date:Friday, September 16, 2011
Ascent Type:Successful Summit Attained
Peak:Kinsman Mountain-North Peak
    Location:USA-New Hampshire
    Elevation:4293 ft / 1308 m

Ascent Trip Report

From Lafayette Place Campground, I hiked up Cannon Mountain following the Lonesome Lake and Hi-Cannon Trails, and the Kinsman Ridge Trail for the final push to the summit. I then turned around and took the Kinsman Ridge Trail south across the Cannonballs and onward to North and South Kinsman. After reaching South Kinsman, I backtracked on the Kinsman Ridge Trail and took the Fishin' Jimmy Trail to the Lonesome Lake AT Hut, followed the Around The Lake Trail part way around Lonesome Lake, and finally took the Lonesome Lake Trail back to my starting point.

I faced blustery conditions, and for a late summer/early fall day, the air had a definite chill to it. I needed a jacket, pants, and gloves. We had rain off and on at lower elevations, but it was cold enough to snow higher up. Cannon was spared from the snow, but I could see that the higher elevations along nearby Franconia Ridge were coated with white from this first snowfall of the season.

My out-and-back visit to the Kinsmans was fairly quick, about 90 minutes round trip from Kinsman Junction, which is where the Kinsman Ridge Trail meets the Fishin' Jimmy Trail. Overall, the hike along the Kinsmans is not too difficult.

There are many trees at the North Kinsman summit, but nevertheless there are a few good viewing spots.

The South Kinsman summit is much more open, and I stuck around for a little while to enjoy the 360 degree views.

On my return hike, while near Lonesome Lake AT Hut, I saw a breathtaking view of Franconia Ridge from the west shore of Lonesome Lake. The lake and nearby trees, combined with the backdrop of snow-capped peaks (near sunset, no less), made for a truly stunning landscape. No photo I could have taken would have done the scene justice.
Summary Total Data
    Elevation Gain:533 ft / 162 m
    Route Conditions:
Maintained Trail
    Weather:Cool, Breezy, Partly Cloudy
Ascent Statistics
    Elevation Gain:533 ft / 162 m
    Route:Kinsman Ridge Trail
    Trailhead:3760 ft / 1146 m
Descent Statistics



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