The summit of Osceola is a big, flat
rock with excellent views eastward of the Tripyramids and southward
of Waterville Valley. Osceola and its sister to the east, East Osceola,
are two of the 48 designated Four Thousand Footers in New Hampshire.
If you are attempting to climb these, it makes sense to summit both
on the same hike, an easy endeavor. East Osceola is a mile away over
a rocky ridge with some steep sections. Trees stand on the summit of
East Osceola and there is no view. The Osceolas can be accessed from
Tripoli Road or the Kancamagus
Highway (NH 112). MountainSummits.com has hiked them from both roads.
To check out these hikes, click on the links here or go to the "Preplanned
Hikes" section for either Osceola or East Osceola. The Osceolas are
located in the Sandwich Region of the White Mountains.