– Lat/Long: 44.15° N 72.07° W

UsJay Peak – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Jay Peak mountain guide

  • Elevation: 572 m
  • Difficulty:
  • Best months to climb: August, September, October
  • Convenient center: Jay

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1. Signal Mountain (Vermont) (1027 m) 21.5 km
2. Moosilaukee (1464 m) 23.5 km
3. Mount Blue (New Hampshire) (1380 m) 23.8 km
4. Kinsman Mountain (1328 m) 26.5 km
5. The Cannon Balls (1148 m) 28.5 km
6. Cannon Mountain (New Hampshire) (1250 m) 29.4 km
7. Little Haystack Mountain (New Hampshire) (1463 m) 33.6 km
8. Mount Lafayette (1603 m) 33.7 km
9. Mount Lincoln (New Hampshire) (1551 m) 33.8 km
10. Mount Liberty (New Hampshire) (1359 m) 34.1 km