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Miller State Park

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Great easy/moderate hike!

Great, relatively easy hike. You can take one way up and a different way down which is nice. Picnic... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Steve C
Colchester, Connecticut
Great View of Boston Skyline

While one can walk to the top of Pack Monadnock in Miller State Park, we rightly decided to drive... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Keene, New Hampshire
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Alternative for non-climbers where visitors can drive to the 2,288-foot summit.
Peterborough, NH
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great, relatively easy hike. You can take one way up and a different way down which is nice. Picnic tables & restrooms on top are a plus. you can also drive to the top, which we did after our hike just for fun.

Thank Steve C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While one can walk to the top of Pack Monadnock in Miller State Park, we rightly decided to drive up the narrow paved roadway, which was single landed in certain sections. Our car did all the hard work, and we could enjoy the wooded scenery....More

Thank TrainManDan10
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Pack Monadnock offers several hiking trails and a drive up road for scenic overviews of Monadnock to West and Boston (on a clear day) to the East. I enjoy the hikes. From the park, which charges an admission fee you can access the road to...More

Thank Susan O
Reviewed July 12, 2018

I have been going there for the better part of 15 years. Always the same always fun. A great hike albeit only a couple hours. They invite you into the tower and even give children patches once they visit 5 towers. You can learn about...More

Thank johnm01453
Reviewed June 10, 2018 via mobile

Hike was a little longer/more of a workout than anticipated but totally worth the view! Took yellow trail up and road down. Fam friendly but must keep close eye on kids.

Thank MandaBem2
Reviewed May 21, 2018

It was a perfect day to take a drive up to Pack Monadnock at Miller State Park. I pass this several times a month and decided to check it out. It was only $4.00 to drive the auto road. I had my camera with me...More

Thank MeganZopf
Reviewed April 15, 2018 via mobile

Walk or drive up the switchbacks to the summit from whence you can see Boston on a clear day. It’s a wonderful place to watch the raptor migration in the fall, and a lovely stop on the Wapack Trail.

Thank Eastlight108
Reviewed November 17, 2017

I've hiked Pack Monadnock many times and it never gets old! Most recent hike was a traverse from North Pack to Pack. Spot a vehicle at each end of the trail. About a 6 mile trek through beautiful woodlands. One can also drive to the...More

Thank Carl C
Reviewed October 2, 2017

I visit here at least once a year. The trails are great, but not personally used them for quite a while. The rangers are very friendly and helpful. Well worth the trip even if you drive to the top!

Thank Keith C
Reviewed September 17, 2017 via mobile

Raptor observatories was the site or this well organized event, which drew several hundred observers. Only lasted 15 - 20 minutes, but it was well worth it to see these beauyiful flying creatures leased into the wild, where they will live out life as god...More

Thank JVC3515
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