The Wildcats are considered some of the hardest hiking in New Hampshire with sketchy rock climbs.
The short section that straddles Maine and New Hampshire is considered one of the hardest with bouldering and dangerously steep descents.
It’s incredibly steep up and down on rock with a glorious reward of open balds above treeline.
The trail hits dangerous rotting boards over deep bogs plus an alpine climb of Beamis and Old Blue Mountains.
Mount Katahdin and the 100 Mile Wilderness are some of the hardest – but most special – miles on the AT, especially in rain and cold.
The 23-mile continuous hike summits ten peaks including Mount Washington.