Mt. Roberts Hike

Date and Time

Saturday, January 29, 2022


Mt. Roberts,
New Hampshire, Lakes Region,
MA United States


Registration is required for this activity.


Join us for a hike of Mt. Roberts, a 52 with a view peak in the Lakes region of NH. We will hike an approximately 8.3 mile loop with 1500 ft of elevation gain. On a clear day we can expect great views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Expect a moderate but steady pace, and come prepared to spend 5-7 hours hiking. Participants should have some previous winter hiking experience. Depending on the conditions we may require microspikes or snowshoes. All participants must present proof of either their COVID 19 vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the start of the hike. Participants are required to bring a mask to wear during any emergency or similar situation that requires people to be within close proximity for an extended period of time. To address unforeseen challenges such as adverse weather, unacceptable trail conditions or excessive crowding, the planned trip destination, activity and/or meeting place and time may be modified. In that event, participants may elect to join in that activity or opt out.

AMC Trip Policy

COVID 19 Information: As of December 1, 2021 AMC requires volunteers be vaccinated or receive a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the start of an event. AMC relies on the honor system for compliance. Participants may be required to wear masks, provide proof of vaccination, or in the alternative a current (within 72 hours) negative PCR test as a condition of attending this event. For your personal safety, you should expect to be in the presence of vaccinated and unvaccinated people in all AMC settings and should make choices about participating accordingly.



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Start of a winter hike!



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Adults (18+)


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Jon finished a round of the New England Hundred Highest just before heading off to the Southwest for four years. He's thrilled to be back in New England and working seriously on the winter 4000-footers. Other fun had in the meantime includes the Pikes Peak Marathon and a rim-to-rim-to-rim run of the Grand Canyon. Goal-oriented but interested in keeping things safe and fun.


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