Mount Whittier is a mountain in Carroll County, New Hampshire, in the northern Ossipee Mountains. Named after John Greenleaf Whittier, the peak is not to be confused with nearby Nickerson Mountain, which was once known as Mount Whittier.
There are no hiking trails on Mount Whittier. There was once a CCC alpine ski trail on the northern face.
By elevation Mount Whittier is
# 8 out of 29 in the Ossipee Mountains # 60 out of 229 in Carroll County
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