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RockOnMy Son's first mountain  Sucess!

RockOn

Did it with my wife and our 1 year old (ish) son. I had to wear him most of the time but I'm sure he loved it. We did.
Posted Aug 15, 2007 9:07 pm

Lips74Memorial Day Crowds  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 28, 2007

Lips74

Up the White Dot down the White Cross. Very crowded trail. Perfect conditions, 70 degrees and sunny. Solid wind at the summit, upwards of 30mph. Fun Hike/Scramble.
Posted May 29, 2007 8:46 pm

Andy DeweyRoute Climbed: Trail  Sucess!

Andy Dewey

Great views, fun hike. One of my first peaks back as a teenager.
Posted May 25, 2007 8:06 pm

eric bwhite dot / white cross  Sucess!

eric b

This is the most climbed mountain in North America. it is covered with people and is very much the antithesis of why i hike. on a positive note however there are many areas throughout where bouldering is good. all 5.5 type stuff so no ropes are necessary.
Posted Oct 12, 2006 9:45 pm

bidwelldkA New England Staple  Sucess!

bidwelldk

If you live in New England, you have to climb Monadnock! A great hike with great views. Good for kids.
Posted Sep 15, 2006 1:48 pm

vapor0278fun mountain for beginners  Sucess!

vapor0278

i've also climbed Monadnok on atleast 3 other occassions. i've done the white dot trail and red spot trail. i would have to say the white dot is more fun. though red spot is challenging, the white spot is a little more relaxed and with a few good places to scramble it can be a lot of fun!
Posted Sep 8, 2006 2:51 am

Midlife MountaineerRoute Climbed: Pumpelly Trail Date Climbed: August, 1991  Sucess!

Midlife Mountaineer


Climbed this in the summer of 1991, The one thing that stands out in my memory of this hike is the large crowd on the summit. It's a little different out west.
Posted Jun 26, 2006 6:01 am

dillweedfun hike - great views  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Oct 4, 1999

dillweed

Coming from the Rocky Mountains of Utah, this peak was easy, but beautiful. Rewarding views from the top. The hike through the woods, scrambling up the granite was my favorite part of the hike. I could see the towers of Boston from there - it was very cool. Hiking the mountain made me feel at home for a few hours. The day we hiked it, we were one of the few groups on the trail - the solitude was wonderful. There are some pretty lakes in the area too. I wish I had the time that I could have camped out and built a campfire and slept under the stars.
Posted May 9, 2006 12:20 pm

e-docdayhike  Sucess!

e-doc

I've hiked up here twice while in NH with my wife. What a great little mountain.
Posted Feb 28, 2006 12:59 pm

BearQueenWhite Dot-White Cross  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Aug 23, 2003

BearQueen

This was a fun hike!
Posted Feb 24, 2006 1:01 pm

cragRoute Climbed: Several Date Climbed: 1994  Sucess!

crag

Fun little peak, very popular especially on summer weekends.
Posted Nov 3, 2005 2:04 pm

strawdRoute Climbed: White Dot Date Climbed: June 1964  Sucess!

strawd

I climbed this mountain twice in the early 60's as a teenager, once with my family and the other time with our church youth group. It was the first mountain of any size that I ever climbed. The most amazing thing was the cool-aid stand at the top: runners would scuttle up and down the granite slopes to bring refreshment for us thirsty hikers (at a small price). The weather was cool enough that you wouldn't think to bring water along. Now when I climb, water is one of the main considerations. It was crowded even then, but still a really nice place to spend the day.
Posted Sep 6, 2005 5:51 pm

Brian KaletDate Climbed: 199?  Sucess!

Brian Kalet

First peak!
Posted Apr 19, 2005 6:39 pm

nartrebRoute Climbed: many Date Climbed: many  Sucess!

nartreb

For a while I climbed Monadnock at least twice a year - as a season-opener and a season-ender. This year I kept hiking year-round, but still climbed it twice. This weekend's climb was a fallback plan due to iffy forecast further north and a foot of new snow - still met a dozen people on the mountain. A very fun little hike if you don''t mind crowds.
Posted Mar 16, 2005 6:45 pm

H2SO4Route Climbed: White Arrow, Fairy Spring, Smith Summit Trails, off trail Date Climbed: February 24 2005  Sucess!

H2SO4

Great hike, I love the rime ice. You sure wouldn't know about the 125,000 people each year if you only did it in the winter! If your're interested, check out my trip report "Double Jeopardy". (Sorry, no idea how to make a link)
Posted Feb 26, 2005 10:14 pm

Steve GruhnRoute Climbed: Pumpelly Trail Date Climbed: October 1989  Sucess!
Nice hike through evergreens to a crowd on top.
Posted Jan 26, 2005 10:42 pm

syzygyRoute Climbed: Dublin Tr. Date Climbed: Jan 9, 2005  Sucess!
5inch powder on top of mostly ice. Didn't need crampons, but they could have come in handy on a few scrambles. Passed about 8 people in total, a record low for Monadnock.
Posted Jan 17, 2005 4:39 pm

syzygyRoute Climbed: White Dot Date Climbed: July 1, 2004  Sucess!
Crazy night outing. Day of planning for a weeknight overnight hike. We got there around 11:30pm and slept on the summit for sunrise. We then return to our vehicle and went to work. A great mountain for this kind of foolishness.
Posted Nov 22, 2004 9:17 pm

whiteheatRoute Climbed: White Dot Date Climbed: October 2004  Sucess!

whiteheat

Ten other Brandeis students and I hiked this mountian this fall. We were very glad we got an early start because there were 7 bus loads of middle-schoolers hiking up as we were hiking down. If you live near Boston and don't want to drive far, this is a good hike. Bare summit and some of the hike is above tree line. I will probably be hiking this one some more becasue it is so convenient.
Posted Oct 14, 2004 12:05 am

hardy301Date Climbed: august 2004  Sucess!
I reached the top just before sunset. I was awesome to witness. Hiked down with flashlights. A nice hike for somone who's not to ambitious or doesn't have too much time.
Posted Aug 26, 2004 7:58 pm

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