Climbing New Hampshire's 48 4,000 Footers

From Casual Hikes to Challenging Ascents

Book Description

Taking on one of New Hampshire’s 48 4,000 footers is becoming a pilgrimage for New Hampshire residents and its visitors. While more people than ever are hiking them, there’s still a dearth of good information about each mountain and its surrounding areas. Climbing New Hampshire’s 48 4,000 Footers fills that gap by informing adventurers—from the freshly-booted novice to the grizzled mountaineer—about each of New Hampshire’s 48 iconic mountains that top out at over 4,000 feet.

Look inside to find:

  • Multiple routes up each mountain
  • Details about the area's unique climate and geology
  • GPS coordinates
  • Full-color photography and maps throughout

About Burakian, Eli

Eli Burakian, a professional photographer, avid hiker and ultra-runner has written and photographed numerous books about the outdoors, with a focus on hiking in New England. His FalconGuides include Basic Illustrated Snowshoeing, Hiking the Waterfalls of New England and Best Easy Day Hikes Green Mountains. Eli is also the author and photographer of Moosilauke – Portrait of a Mountain, a coffee-table style book covering one of New Hampshire’s most iconic mountains. Eli lives in Windsor, Vermont and works full-time as the Dartmouth College Photographer in Hanover, New Hampshire.