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Peak Above The Nubble
Bethlehem, NH

Peak Above The Nubble as seen from North Twin Mountain
The Peak Above The Nubble as seen from North Twin Mountain

Location mapSummary
The officially unnamed 3,813 foot peak located north of North Twin Mountain, often referred to as the Peak Above The Nubble, is one of the one hundred highest in New England. The officially trailless, wooded summit features a strong directional view toward the Presidentials, Mt. Hale, Willey Range, and North Twin Mountain.

On September 6, 2008, accomplished classical music composer Ray Loring lost his life while descending from the peak on a hike with friends.


Summit Elevation
3,813 feet

Summit Facilities
None.

Trip Reports:
Click on the date for photos, timestamps, and maps.
Date of Hike Trail(s) Length Steepness Vertical
December 26, 2013 Forest Road 304A, more Moderate Very Difficult 2,313'
November 11, 2010 Forest Road 304A, more Moderate Very Difficult 2,163'
June 3, 2009 Forest Road 304A, more Moderate Very Difficult 2,183'

More Information
  • New England 100 Highest Peaks
  • Ray Loring - Wikipedia
  • North Twin Mountain - New England's Cancelled Ski Areas - a proposed (but not developed) ski area that might have been built on the side of Peak Above the Nubble
  • Peak Above the Nubble - Eric Explores
  • Peak Above the Nubble - Bob & Geri's Adventures




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