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New Hampshire County High Points

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RankCountyPeak Elev-M Range (Level 5) Prom-M AscentsAscent Date
1.CoösMount Washington1917Presidential Range18744130 
2.GraftonMount Lafayette1597Franconia Area10122531 
3.CarrollSandwich Mountain-Carroll County High Point1207Sandwich Range0178 
4.CheshireMount Monadnock960Southern New Hampshire6491749 
5.MerrimackMount Kearsarge890Southern New Hampshire634633 
6.SullivanCroydon Peak840Southern New Hampshire52255 
7.BelknapBelknap Mountain726Southern New Hampshire561532 
8.HillsboroughPack Monadnock Mountain695Southern New Hampshire383696 
9.StraffordCopple Crown Mountain-Southwest Slope518Southern New Hampshire083 
10.RockinghamNottingham Mountain408Southern New Hampshire82101 

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List Description


Sources that were used to help me compile this list include:

  • Personal research done prior to 1988.
  • Article "New England's Highest Points by County" by Paul Moore, Appalachia magazine, June 15, 1988, p. 68-72.
  • Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1993 by Andy Martin, reviewed by Roy Schweiker.


     New Hampshire County High Points


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