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Important Notice About the Ossipee Mountains   Important Notice About the Ossipee Mountains (Updated May 10, 2015)

The Ossipee 10 (10)
The Ossipee Mountains

Summary
The Ossipee Mountains, located northeast of Lake Winnipesaukee, are the remains of an ancient volcano. The Ossipee 10, also known as the O-10, is a list of notable peaks located in the range. These peaks feature official and unofficial trails and variety of excellent views.

Range High Point
Mt. Shaw in Tuftonboro at 2,990 feet.

Map
View the Google Map of the peaks on this page or download the Trail Bandit Ossipee Mountains Map.

Mountain Profiles
Click on the name of the mountain or peak for maps, photos, and more.
2,000 Feet (7)
Mt. ShawTuftonboro, NH
2,990'
Black SnootTuftonboro, NH
2,803'
Faraway MountainMoultonborough, NH
2,782'
Mt. RobertsMoultonborough, NH
2,582'
Mt. FlaggTuftonboro, NH
2,390'
Turtleback MountainMoultonborough, NH
2,203'
Big Ball Mountain (Tate Mountain)Tuftonboro, NH
2,060'
1,000 Feet (3)
Bayle MountainOssipee, NH
1,853'
Bald KnobMoultonborough, NH
1,801'
Sentinel MountainTuftonboro, NH
1,680'

History
The Ossipee 10 list was created in May of 2008 as a way to help spur interest in some of the more scenic, trail served peaks of the Ossipee Mountains.

On September 22, 2008, Black Snoot was removed from the list and replaced with Larcom Mountain.

On March 12, 2009, Larcom Mountain was removed from the list due to trail access issues and replaced with Black Snoot.


More Information
- Trail Bandit Ossipee Mountains Map - A free map of the hiking trails throughout the Ossipee Mountains.

- Castle In the Clouds - encompasses much of the western Ossipees, offers a laminated trail map of that area.






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