ⓘ Belknap Mountain is a mountain located in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States, south of Lake Winnipesaukee. Like the county, the mountain and the assoc ..

                                     

ⓘ Belknap Mountain

Belknap Mountain is a mountain located in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States, south of Lake Winnipesaukee. Like the county, the mountain and the associated surrounding Belknap Mountains are named after Jeremy Belknap, a renowned preacher, historian, and author of The History of New Hampshire. The mountain is within Belknap Mountain State Forest.

The peak of Belknap mountain is the highest point in the County. Although only modest elevation, the isolation of the mountains gives Belknap mountain 1.850 m 560 m, the relative height above the low ground separating it from the White Mountains, making it one of the fifty most topographically well-known peaks in New England. Belknap mountain adjacent to the North-West of mount Gunstock mountain, the site of the fore-end ski resort ski resort. On the top of the mountain Belknap has an active fire tower.

Belknap mountain is in the basin of the river Merrimack, which flows into the Gulf of Maine in Massachusetts. In the East and North-East sides of Belknap mountain drain into Poorfarm brook, thence into lake Winnipesaukee, the Winnipesaukee river, and Merrimack. On the West side flows into the Gunstock river, thence into lake Winnipesaukee. The South side drains into the manning lake, and from there to "the Crystal lake", the source of the Suncook river, and thence to the Merrimack river.

                                     
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