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New Hampshire County High Points

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RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft
AscentsAscent Date
 CoösMount Washington6288Presidential Range61684189 
 GraftonMount Lafayette5280Franconia Area34002575 
 CarrollSandwich Mountain-Carroll County High Point4000Sandwich Range80180 
 CheshireMount Monadnock3169Southern New Hampshire21691761 
 MerrimackMount Kearsarge2940Southern New Hampshire2120644 
 SullivanCroydon Peak2776Southern New Hampshire175255 
 BelknapBelknap Mountain2382Southern New Hampshire1862538 
 HillsboroughPack Monadnock Mountain2300Southern New Hampshire1296720 
 StraffordCopple Crown Mountain-Southwest Slope1700Southern New Hampshire083 
 RockinghamNottingham Mountain1350Southern New Hampshire290103 

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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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