Middle Mountain

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Middle Mountain is an 1857 foot peak in North Conway, NH that offers an excellent view of the valley below. Start at the Pudding Pond trail head (heading north on North-South Road, take a right onto Artist Falls Road, then another right onto Thompson Road, trail parking is on the right). When you see the kiosk with trail info, take the path to the left and chose the fork closer to the parking area.

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This is an easy hike with a great payoff. It can easily be combined with a side trip to Peaked Mountain, also with a great view of the valley. Your hike can be further stretched to include Black Cap and Cranmore Mountains, all part of the Green Hills Preserve.

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Always looking for another adventure and new ways to have fun.
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8 Responses to Middle Mountain

  1. K.M. Sutton says:

    I agree about the pay off! Both Peaked and Middle are such quick hikes for the views! ❤

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  2. jdm says:

    Beautiful view! Sounds like a fun hike.

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  3. 2ndhalfolife says:

    Have you been to Mount Monadnock??

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    • Shannon H. says:

      Several times! I love Monadnock, the view is stunning! It was actually the first mountain we successfully climbed after moving to the north, and we’ve now hiked up using a few different routes. (Our first mountain hike ever, we decided to do the Franconia Ridge Loop – turns out 9 mountain miles are much different than flat miles! We made it as far as Shinning Rock.)

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