Mt. Isolation, NH Trail Conditions and Information
Mt. Isolation
Peak:Mt. Isolation
Popular Trails: Davis Path
Dry River Trail
Glen Boulder Trail
Isolation Trail
Rocky Branch Trail
Water Crossings:The Isolation Trail has multiple crossings which can be dangerous after rain and in spring runoff.
Winter Access Notes:Mt. Isolation is often climbed via the Route 16 side of the Rocky Branch Trail in winter. The Glen Boulder and Dry River routes are rarely used in winter.
Road Access Notes:Jericho Road (Rocky Branch Trail south) generally closes in November or December and reopens in April or May. WMNF Road Status
Lists:New England 4,000 Footers, New England 100 Highest, New Hampshire 4,000 Footers

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