This is a very uninteresting hike to a little climbed 4,000 footer in NH. Most of the hikers who ascend this wooded summit peak are only doing so to check it off a list of 4,000 foot peaks in the Northeast. With the exception of following a beautiful river and a nice side trail of cascading water over granite bedrock, this hike is long, tiring and unrewarding. But use, this track if you are an aspiring NE 111er because the true summit isn't actually where you think it is! Use this track to find it! Also use this track as the trail is actually a herdpath up to the top via an old slide rather than an actual trail. Use this track to find where the herdpath departs the maintained trail.
Directions to Trailhead: Take Route 112 East from I-93 past Loon to the Lincoln Woods WMNF fee parking area on the left side of the road.