Moosilauke 2015 grid

I’ve probably hiked Moosilauke over 60 times – I just love this mountain.  For 2015 I decided to “grid” Moosilauke by climbing it at least once per month; and, to avoid too much repetition, I decided to “redline” the mountain by traveling all trails at least once.  I had not visited some of these trails in over 20 years!

  • January 2015 – Gorge Brook up and down [photos]
  • February 2015 – Carriage Road ski up and down [photos]
  • March 2015 – Glencliff to South Peak only* [photos]
  • April 2015 – Glencliff on Easter Sunday [photos]
  • May 2015 – Glencliff for sunrise [photos]
  • June 2015 – Gorge Brook and Snapper [photos]
  • July 2015 – Beaver Brook, Carriage Road, and Hurricane [photos]
  • August 2015 – Glencliff + Benton + Tunnel Brook [photos]
  • August 2015 – bushwhack + summit, and down Gorge Brook
  • September 2015 – up and down Gorge Brook [photos]
  • September 2015 – Al Merrill Loop
  • October 2015 – Ridge Trail and down Snapper [photos]
  • November 2015 – Glencliff, down Carriage and over Hurricane [photo]
  • December 2015 – Glencliff up and down [photos]
Moosilauke summit on a beautiful, sunny, warm(!) December day.
Moosilauke summit on a beautiful, sunny, warm(!) December day.

* In March we only visited the South Peak – I was hiking with a group that was out of time and energy so we did not continue on to the main peak. Close enough for my purposes! After all, Andy and I climbed Moosilauke in March 2014, and I summited twice in August for good measure.

Moosilauke summit views, with river-valley fog.
December summit views, with river-valley fog.

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