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  1. Franconia Range - Wikipedia

    The Franconia Range is a mountain range located in the White Mountains of the U.S. state of New Hampshire. It is the second-highest range of peaks (after the Presidential Range) in the White Mountains. Franconia Ridge is a prominent ridge which forms the backbone of the range, stringing together all of its major summits.

    • Summits

      From north to south, the highest summits of the range...

    • Features

      The Franconia Range hosts the third largest connected area...

    • Hiking

      The Franconia Ridge Trail, which coincides with the...

    • Dangers

      The exposed nature of the ridge and the changeable weather...

  2. Franconia - Wikipedia

    Pointers to a more precise definition of Franconia's boundaries include: the territories covered by the former Duchy of Franconia and former Franconian Circle, the range of the East Franconian dialect group, the common culture and history of the region and the use of the Franconian Rake on coats of arms, flags and seals.

  3. Talk:Franconia Range - Wikipedia

    Unfortunately, there seems to be no ultimate authority--the USGS Board of Geographic Names website doesn't seem to recognize the existence of the Franconia Range at all, and though they do have a record for Mt. Garfield, they don't seem to have an opinion as to what range it belongs to. 19:09, 29 April 2011 (UTC)

  4. Kinsman Range - Wikipedia

    The Kinsman Range, also known as the Cannon–Kinsman Range, is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States.The highest point in the north-south range is 4,358-foot-high (1,328 m) Kinsman Mountain, followed by the 4,293-foot (1,309 m) North Peak of Kinsman, and 4,080-foot (1,240 m) Cannon Mountain, one of the richest in rock climbing routes in the Whites.

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  6. Franconia Range : definition of Franconia Range and synonyms ... range/en-en

    Range File:AT - Franconia Ridge.JPG Franconia Ridge viewed from Mount Lincoln , with the sharp peaks of Mount Flume (left) and Mount Liberty (right) visible behind the ridge.

  7. Franconia Notch - Wikipedia

    Franconia Notch (elev. 1,950 feet/590 m) is a major mountain pass through the White Mountains of New Hampshire.Dominated by Cannon Mountain to the west and Mount Lafayette to the east, it lies principally within Franconia Notch State Park and is traversed by the Franconia Notch Parkway (Interstate 93 and U.S. Route 3).

  8. Franconia Range -

    The northeast extention of the Franconia Range, extending from Mount Lafayette's high north ridge, is the rugged Garfield Ridge. The Garfield Ridge trail, part of the Appalachian Trail, is known as one of the rougher footpaths in the White Mountains, climbing over many forested knolls with rough footing.

  9. Mount Lafayette - Wikipedia

    Mount Lafayette is a 5,249-foot (1,600 m) mountain at the northern end of the Franconia Range in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, United States.It lies in the town of Franconia in Grafton County, and appears on the New England Fifty Finest list of the most topographically prominent peaks in New England.

  10. The Cannon Balls - Wikipedia

    The Cannon Balls is a mountain ridge located in Grafton County, New Hampshire.It is part of the Kinsman Range of the White Mountains.The ridge has three peaks with elevations of, from west to east, 3,693, 3,660, and 3,769 feet (1,125, 1,115 and 1,148 meters).

  11. White Mountains (New Hampshire) - Wikipedia

    The White Mountains also include the Franconia Range, Sandwich Range, Carter-Moriah Range and Kinsman Range in New Hampshire, and the Mahoosuc Range straddling the border between it and Maine. In all, there are 48 peaks within New Hampshire as well as one ( Old Speck Mountain ) in Maine over 4,000 feet (1,200 m), known as the four-thousand ...