Blueberry Mountain is a lovely mountain in the Moosilauke Region of the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. The 2,662-foot tall mountain can be summited via the Blueberry Mountain Trail. Since the summit is mostly wooded, the best views can be seen along the hike before accessing the summit.
The trail is 3.3 miles long (out and back) and features 1,085 feet of elevation gain. It is rated as moderate and takes about 2.5-3.5 hours to complete. Much of the trail is rocky and has exposed granite slabs, shoes with good traction are encouraged. The majority of the trail is well marked, but the short section to the summit is not. Visitors most look for the side trail on the right that leads to the summit.
Blueberry Hill is a hidden gem in the White Mountains! If you are looking for a beautiful, easy, and low-key mountain to climb, Blueberry Hill is perfect!
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- Type: Summit
- Elevation: 2,662 ft
- Prominence: 52 ft
- Parent mountain: Blueberry Mountain
- Easiest trail: Blueberry Mountain Trail
- Trail distance: 3.3 miles (out and back)
- Trail difficulty: Moderate
- Trail popularity: Medium
- Elevation gain: 1,085 ft
- Estimated hike time: 2.5-3.5 hours
- Address: Blueberry Mountain
- Town: Bethel
- State: New Hampshire
- GPS: Lat 44.01951 Lng -71.9050
- Parking notes: There is a small parking lot at the Blueberry Mountain Trailhead located just off Long Pond Rd in Benton, NH. Parking is free.
- Parking directions: HERE
- Location directions: HERE