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Middle Mountain
Conway, NH

Trailheads, measurements, times, distances, and maps are all approximate and relative to the hike(s) as shown below.
The Middle Mountain Trail
The Middle Mountain Trail

Route: Middle Mountain Trail, (Middle Mountain), Middle Mountain Trail

Starting at 82 degrees, it was a warm afternoon for an April hike. Fortunately, based upon recent hikes in the general vicinity, I knew I could leave my winter gear (such as snowshoes) behind and travel light, allowing me to jog in places. Reaching the summit without touching any snow (only a few minor patches seen anywhere), I had decent views, though troubling clouds were moving in.

As I descended, rain started to fall. While I had a rain jacket with me, I opted to enjoy the cooling rain. By the time I reached the parking area, the temperature had dropped 15 degrees.


Hike Ratings
Getting To Trailhead: Easy
Destination: Middle Mountain
Length: Moderate
Steepness: Moderate
Navigation: Easy
Views: Excellent
Crowds: Minimal


Hike Stats
Date Hiked: Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Hike Commenced: 4:33 PM
Parking Elevation: 535'
Destination: Middle Mountain
Ascent Commenced: 4:37 PM
Summit Reached: 5:12 PM
Time Elapsed: 00:35
Trailhead Elevation: 545'
Summit Elevation: 1,857'
Vertical Gain: 1,342'
Hike Ended: 5:45 PM
Hike Time Elapsed: 01:12
Hike Vertical Gain: 1,402'


Middle Mountain Trail trailhead under the power lines
Middle Mountain Trail trailhead under the power lines

Mt. Chocorua and the Moats as seen from Middle Mountain - Click to enlarge
Mt. Chocorua and the Moats as seen from Middle Mountain

Topographic map of Middle Mountain - Click to enlarge


Directions to trailhead: From Routes 16/302 in North Conway, take Artist Falls Road past the railroad tracks. Take a right onto Thompson Road. A small Town of Conway/Pudding Pond Conservation Area signed parking lot will be on the right shortly thereafter.

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