Mount Liberty is a 4,459-foot mountain in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. The peak is part of the Franconia Ridge which is the second-highest mountain range in the White Mountains, after the Presidential Range. Mount Liberty is bordered by Mount Lafayette to the north and Mount Flume to the south. The Appalachian Mountain Club lists Mount Liberty as one of the 48 “four-thousand footers.” The 360-degree views from the summit are breathtaking, allowing hikers to soak in the splendor of the White Mountains and beyond!
The quickest trail up the mountain is the Liberty Spring Trail. The trail is 7.6 miles long, has an elevation gain of 3,182, and is listed as difficult. The trail can take about 4-7 hours and it is very popular. Dogs are allowed to hike Mount Liberty when kept on a leash.
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- Type: Summit
- Elevation: 4,459 ft
- Prominence: 381 ft
- Parent mountain: Mount Liberty
- Easiest trail: Mount Liberty via Liberty Spring Trail
- Trail distance: 7.6 miles (out and back)
- Trail difficulty: Hard
- Trail popularity: High
- Elevation gain: 3,182 ft
- Estimated hike time: 4-7 hours