48 x 12 = 576 The White Mountains
4000 Footer Grid
48 x 12 = 576 
Effective May 4, 2020 the moratorium on trails and peaks for "All" lists on our website web pages is lifted. Moratorium is "Ended".

When referring to the White Mountains of New Hampshire,
there is one number that stands out from the rest:
That number refers to the number of peaks in the White Mountains with an elevation of at least 4,000 feet and at least 200 feet of prominence. Some come to the Whites, hike the 48, and move on to other lists. That's great, but for some of us we want more. These peaks are beautiful and are well worthy of a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th hike. Some even feel the peaks are worth visiting 12 times, one for each calendar month of the year. So with this in mind, there is another number associated with the Whites that has ever growing significance and popularity:
That's equal to hiking each of the 48 peaks in each month of the calendar year.


Certificates (scrolls) are given to multiple finishers of the "Grid". Grid #1, #2, #3. etc.
Certificates ( scrolls ) are also given to any person who starts and finishes a Grid "after age 60", "after age 65", "after age 70", etc.

All correspondence concerning Patchs, Certificates, Photos, Profiles, Etc., for the "GRID" and "All" the associated Lists and Web Pages is to be Addressed to "Ed Hawkins"

E-Mail Address: hiker.ed@comcast.net