Plymouth Mountain

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Great views greet hikers at the top of this moderate trail to the top of Plymouth Mountain. 
Trail Activity
2.20 miles, One Way
Plymouth (NH)
Packed Earth/Dirt, Rock/Ledge
Permitted on leash


This is a moderate hike to a summit with views of the Lake region of New Hampshire. The trails climbs through forests and along streams upward to rocky outcrops and views.

Pay close attention to trail blazes as trail can be difficult to follow at times. As you reach the top, the trail becomes steep and rocky. Cairns guide the way. There are several overlooks including a short spur to Pike's Peak where scenic views abound.  The end of the trail is marked at the top of "Plymouth Mountain Peak".

Trail Manager

For more information, contact:

Town of Plymouth
6 Post Office Square
Plymouth, NH 03264
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Trail Tips

Plan Ahead and Prepare
Make a Plan B before you head out the door. If the parking lot is full when you arrive at the trailhead, go to your second destination.

Trailhead Information

 From the south end of Main Street in downtown Plymouth (US-3/NH-25), take Warren Street for 0.2 miles to a four way intersection. Drive straight through (slight jog to the right) and proceed on Texas Hill Road for 2.3 miles. Turn right on Old Hebron Road (gravel) at a large and obvious boulder where Texas Hill Road curves sharply to the left. In 0.2 miles the parking lot and trailhead is on the left. 

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