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How long does Mount Tecumseh take to hike?

How long does Mount Tecumseh take to hike?

approximately 2-4 hours
Tecumseh Trail. Beginning at the ski resort is shorter, yet the more challenging route at just 2.5 miles to the summit with 2,200 feet of elevation gain and takes approximately 2-4 hours to complete depending on ability level.

Is Mount Tecumseh hard?

Mount Tecumseh Trail via Waterville Trailhead is a 5.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Waterville Valley, New Hampshire that features a river and is rated as difficult.

Where do you park to hike Mt Tecumseh?

The parking area for the Mount Tecumseh Trail is located in the Waterville Valley Ski area off Tripoli Road in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire.

What town is Mt Tecumseh in?

Waterville Valley

Mount Tecumseh
Coordinates 43°58′02″N 71°33′29″WCoordinates: 43°58′02″N 71°33′29″W
Location Grafton County, New Hampshire, U.S.
Topo map USGS Waterville Valley

How high is Mount Tecumseh?

1,220 m
Mount Tecumseh/Elevation

Mt. Tecumseh is one of the 48 mountains and is listed as having an elevation of 4,003 feet, which places it, just barely, onto the coveted 4,000-footer list.

How long does it take to climb a 4000 foot mountain?

There are a few very steep sections, but overall, the grade is manageable, and the trail is short. I summited in just over 2 hours.

Is Mount Guyot a 4000 footer?

The mountain is named after Professor Arnold H. Although well over 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in height, the Appalachian Mountain Club doesn’t consider Mount Guyot a “four-thousand footer” because it stands less than 200 ft (61 m) above the col separating it from South Twin Mountain.

How long is the hike on Mount Tecumseh?

Begin your hike by following along the Mount Tecumseh Trail for 1.2 miles. You will reach a view point area at the 1.2 mile mark. Continue to follow the Mount Tecumseh Trail for another mile where you will reach a junction with the Sosman Trail.

Which is better Mt Tecumseh or Waterville Valley?

The Mt. Tecumseh Trail from Waterville Valley Ski Area is the shorter but more challenging of the two ascents. Most of the elevation gain is at a diagonal to the mountain, so it’s not oppressively steep; however, this side of the trail woke up on the rocky side of the mountain, making it a watch-your-step kind of hike.

Where are the peak baggers on the Tecumseh Trail?

Peak baggers earn this view via the Mt. Tecumseh Trail, an up-and-over trek with trailheads at Waterville Valley Ski Area and Tripoli Road. The breakdown of each hike is below—skip ahead to Tripoli Road here.