Hike the Tripyramids

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Sign up for this trip as a non-carpooler, driver, or rider here: https://p.ridj-it.com/app/trips-search?id=28113

You must sign up on the link above, and no last-minute joining will be possible. Even if you sign up yourself, any friends or other parties must create their own account and sign up as well. Your safety is our safety - be a team player.

This hike is by Adventure Spark Suneil: he is not on Meetup. you can message me (Ari) with questions if needed.

This is moderate/intermediate hike in the Waterville Valley area (right off rt 93). This is a loop hike of about 10.5 miles. North peak has no view, but Middle peak is WOW!

Game plan:
1.) Meet at the Sabbaday Brook Trail parking lot and take the Pine Bend Brook trail going up.
2.) There are 2 junctions, but we keep bearing left. After 4 miles, the ascent will become steep.
3.) The last 1/2 mile we’ll be basically rock climbing! The North peak awaits us at the top with an amazing view of absolutely nothing, so we’ll continue the trail until we reach the Middle peak.
4.) We’ll stop for pics, panoramas, selfies, tinder profiles, and lunch.
5.) On the way down, we’ll take the Sabbaday Brook Trail for about 5 miles.
6.) Near the end we’ll swing by Sabbday Falls and enjoy the views.
7.) We’ll meet in the starting location and take it from there.


Summit Heights: 4140ft, 4180ft
Elevation Gain: 2900ft
Total Hiking Distance: 10.5 miles

Do not make this your first White Mountains hike unless you are in EXCELLENT shape and have all the gear listed:

1) Hiking boots or trail runners (no tennis shoes or city sneakers)
2) 2 - 3 liters of water
3) Day bag to carry your stuff
4) Electrolytes including gatorade or similar substance
5) Food plus snacks
6) Hat + sunglasses
7) Sunscreen
8) Bug spray
9) Map of this hike - this is not a professionally guided hike. You are joining a group of enthusiasts. You can pay $200/day for a guided hike by really great people up in the Whites. This is an adventure where you are entirely responsible for yourself even while the group is hiking together. You must have a map of this route through AllTrails or Gaia.