North Pawtuckaway

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Mountain/Rock
Location:
New Hampshire, United States, North America
Elevation:
1101 ft / 336 m
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North Pawtuckaway
Created On: May 2, 2010
Last Edited On: May 2, 2010

Overview


Looking towards North...


Located near the seacoast region of New Hampshire, North Pawtuckaway is the highest summit in the Pawtuckaway Region and in the State Park. The summit itself is home to good views of the other summits as well as other summits to the north of Pawtuckaway State Park. It is very easy to reach the summit of North Pawtuckaway and requires only a 1.5 mile walk on a moderate trail. There is only one steeper and rockier section on this otherwise YDS Class 1 trail that start on the western end of the park.

Picture taken while summiting...

Getting There

1. VIA RESERVATION ROAD: From exit 5 head north towards Raymond. Continue on the road until you run into Route 27, 107. Head left on route 27/107. Stay on Route 27/107 for four miles when Route 107 will split on your right. Take 107 roughly three more miles (two mile past the Derryfield sign) and continue to Reservation Road on your right. Turn right on Reservation Road and State on the road which turn to gravel in roughly a mile. Stay on Reservation road and at about 2.5 mile you will run into an intersection between with the two main dirt roads in the western section of the park, Round Pond Road and Tower Road.

Red Tape

No Red Tape on this section of the park. Many of roads are gated in winter though if snowcovered

Camping

Camping is not allowed on the mountains themselves. However Pawtuckaway State Campground is located on the eastern side of the park (Mountain Road (Fee)).

External Links

Trail Description of the route up North Pawtuckaway







North Pawtuckaway

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