ⓘ Kearsarge North is a mountain located about 4 miles northeast of North Conway, Carroll County, New Hampshire. The U.S. Board on Geographic Names accepted the na ..

                                     

ⓘ Kearsarge North

Kearsarge North is a mountain located about 4 miles northeast of North Conway, Carroll County, New Hampshire. The U.S. Board on Geographic Names accepted the name "Pequawket Mountain" in 1915 but it was renamed Kearsarge North in 1957. The Pequawket are a subdivision of the Abenaki people who formerly lived in the area. It is sometimes referred to as Mount Kearsarge, a name officially assigned to a mountain in Merrimack County.

Kearsarge North is located on the East side of the white mountains. It is drained by various Brooks into the SACO river.

There are two Hiking routes up Kearsarge. First, and most popular, 3.1 km 5.0 km mount Kearsarge North trail, which rises 790 feet 2.600 m from the North Conway side of hurricane mountain road, near intervale. Weeks brook trail, a much less-used 4.7 miles 7.6 km route, approaches Kearsarge from the East, from the trail on forest road 317 in Chatham.

The hotel was built at the highest level, only twice destroyed by storms. In 1909, the Appalachian mountain club was granted the new Hampshire Forestry Commission use of the destroyed hotel for a fire lookout.

                                     
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