Sat, Sep 25 | Waterville Valley Recreation Department

Hiking the Western Whites- Mt. Moosilauke 4,802'

The Western White Mountains are calling. Respond by joining us for this big day on Mt. Moosilauke. Length: 8.2 miles; Elevation gain: 2506 feet
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Hiking the Western Whites- Mt. Moosilauke 4,802'

Time & Location

Sep 25, 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
Waterville Valley Recreation Department, 11 Noon Peak Rd, Waterville Valley, NH 03215, USA

About the event

The Western White Mountains are calling. Respond by joining us for this big day on Mt. Moosilauke. Length: 8.2 miles Elevation gain: 2506 feet Trailhead: Moosilauke Ravine Lodge (off of NH 118) Trails: Gorge Brook Trail Carriage Road Snapper Trail All Hikes will meet outside the Waterville Valley Recreation Department 15 minutes before the start of the hike. Before hiking we will review required equipment, safety protocols, and the route for the hike. LEVEL 3: Difficult to strenuous. Outings typically in more remote and rugged locations. Hiking/snowshoeing may take place on trails not well maintained or go off trail. Conditions may be very rough, steep and at altitude. Gear List: -Sturdy hiking shoes/boots -Waterproof Outer Layer -Wool or Synthetic Insulating Layer -Map & Compass/GPS -Water -Food (high energy for fuel) -Hat & Gloves/Mittens -Headlamp w/ extra batteries -First Aid Kit -Knife or Multitool -Shelter $25 Guest $15 Native $5 Discount available to WVAIA Members- Call to apply All hikes require strong physical fitness All of our guides are Wilderness First Aid certified Space is limited to 6 spots