Mount Magalloway

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Mount Magalloway
Mount Magalloway from Magalloway Rd.
Highest point
Elevation3,383 ft (1,031 m)
Coordinates45°3′49″N 71°9′47″W / 45.06361°N 71.16306°W / 45.06361; -71.16306Coordinates: 45°3′49″N 71°9′47″W / 45.06361°N 71.16306°W / 45.06361; -71.16306
Easiest routeHike

Mount Magalloway (or Magalloway Mountain[1]) is a mountain in the Great North Woods region of New Hampshire in the United States. With a summit elevation of 3,383 feet (1,031 m), it is one of the tallest peaks in Pittsburg, the state's northernmost community. From the observation tower at its summit, three states and the Canadian province of Quebec are visible. The mountain is climbable via a trail less than 1 mile (1.6 km) long that begins at the end of a logging road off Magalloway Road in eastern Pittsburg and ascends about 800 feet (240 m).[2] The summit area includes a former watcher's cabin that is available for rent by the state.[3]


  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Magalloway Mountain
  2. ^ "Directions to Mount Magalloway". NH Mountain Hiking. Retrieved 2016-10-03.
  3. ^ "Sleep in the Magalloway Mountain Watchman's Cabin". New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands. Retrieved 2016-10-03.