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Average hike

We did the Rattlesnake trail hike - well cleared trail and after a steep start evened out on top... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2016
Sergio D
,
Ludlow, Massachusetts
via mobile
What a view

Climbed the 0.9 mile trail with wife and 4 grandkids age 13, 10, 8 and 4. I thought the climb was a... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2016
tbone125
,
Port Jefferson, New York
via mobile
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10 Oct 2016
“Average hike”
26 Apr 2016
“What a view”
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Rumney, NH
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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

We did the Rattlesnake trail hike - well cleared trail and after a steep start evened out on top. 1.3 miles to the top - the view was ok as you could just see surrounding mountains. Not crowded on columbus day weekend.

Thank Sergio D
Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

Climbed the 0.9 mile trail with wife and 4 grandkids age 13, 10, 8 and 4. I thought the climb was a little difficult but the kids found it easy. But when you take the first step at the top you know it was worth...More

2  Thank tbone125
Reviewed 2 December 2015

I went hiking up there with all my friends. There were some beautiful sights and amazing views. I recommend this for children of any ages and of course adults!

1  Thank AwesomeSauce2015
Reviewed 1 December 2015 via mobile

My pup and I did this hike over the Thanksgiving holiday in a search of a good view while steering clear of any mountains with ice on top of them. We were successful on both fronts here. The trail was dry but considerably steep. Not...More

Thank chiefwahoo1989
Reviewed 9 November 2015

Wonderful, varied terrain, not too steep, dog-friendly. Gorgeous vista at summit, complete with ravens and a hawk enclave (actually picked up my little dog protectively a couple of times...just in case!) The day we hiked Rattlesnake we found an abundance of wild blueberries growing all...More

Thank Foxy O
Reviewed 3 September 2015

There are some beautiful hikes around Rattlesnake mountain. I did the Five Finger trail down to the lake where a saw a loon. The trail had some steep areas but not too bad. The forrest is beautiful with a high canopy and not much undergrowth...More

Thank LuckyPenny8
Reviewed 25 September 2014

Easy hike to a beautiful summit. It can get crowded, and parking is limited...best to start out early. It takes about 20 minutes to half and hour to reach the top. There are other trails at the top that lead to the other side of...More

1  Thank mello11
Reviewed 22 March 2013

This mountain in Rumney has some of the best sport climbing in the country. There are tons of climbs and you really do need to get the Rumney Climbing guide to get around. Wicked crowded on weekends, seriously! If you want to park, get there...More

1  Thank MountainsRock
Reviewed 30 September 2012

Located only about 25 minutes from Concord, this great little hike is perfect for hikers of all ages. It took us only about 45 minutes round trip, and we spent about that long at the top soaking in the gorgeous panoramic view. It was stunning...looking...More

1  Thank wildcatsu
Reviewed 12 April 2012

Rumney mountain trail is close to Plymouth and the loop can be done in less then an hour if you keep moving. The views are fantastic and there is seldom more than one other hiker on the trail.

3  Thank Don S
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