Mt. Carrigain, NH Trail Conditions and Information
Mt. Carrigain
Peak:Mt. Carrigain
Popular Trails: Desolation Trail
Signal Ridge Trail
Water Crossings:The Signal Ridge Trail has multiple crossings which can be difficult after rain and in spring runoff.
Winter Access Notes:Mt. Carrigain is generally climbed via Sawyer River Road and the Signal Ridge Trail in winter.
Road Access Notes:Sawyer River Road generally closes in November or December and reopens in April or May. A winter lot, not always plowed, is located at the end of Sawyer River Road, just off US 302. WMNF Road Status
Lists:New England 4,000 Footers, New England 100 Highest, New Hampshire 4,000 Footers

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