Trail and Summits

White Mountains National Forest Trail and Summits

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Looking to climb all the four thousand footers in the White Mountains? This application lets you explore the trails and summits in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The application is focused on researching trails and summits leading to the 48 four thousand footers. Use your mouse click to identify any of the trails or summits. You can use the search tool to locate a specific landmark or address or if you prefer you can query each of the layers or view all the data directly inside the table to select and go directly to the trail or summit. If you have questions; just let us know. Click here to view the application: WebGIS Application.

The trail layers provides

Four Thousand Footer Club

Four Thousand Footers

"Each year, individuals, friends, and families, take up the pastime of hiking. Somewhere along the way they get hooked on the pursuit of hiking the four thousand footers. For some it is done as a physical challenge."

Summits and Trails Online Planning Tools
Summits and Trails

The trail and summit application has over 20 layers to interact with. Whether it is the services roads, wilderness areas, full service huts or shuttle locations the application is a great planning tool.

Application is continually being improved to include additional layers and adding new features. This particular application is designed for desktop and tablet use and we are planning to role out a mobile application soon. All  applications on this site are free planning tools to assist others plan for their adventures in the White Mountains.

Elevation profile allows the user to either select a trail segment or create your own. Give this application a try and use this along with the many others to assist you in planning your next hike.

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Map & Compass

After researching and planning your hike, always remember in the ten essentials, the map and compass are both mandatory gear. While a GPS receiver is optional, never trust your life to a battery. Dedicated GPS receivers and cellphones are amazing tools, but should never be solely relied upon to find your way out of the wilderness.

White Mountains Trail Map Bundle
White Mountain Forest Trail Map Pack (Bundle)

Trails Illustrated maps are the most trusted and popular recreation maps available. Continually setting the standard for accuracy, each map is crafted in conjunction with local land managers and undergoes rigorous review and enhancement before being printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material. Each Trails Illustrated map contains detailed topographic information, clearly marked trails, recreational points of interest, and navigational aids. Visit our online store to view all of the maps available throughout the United States or use are online WebGIS application.

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