Mount Chocorua – Albany, New Hampshire

Mount Chocorua from Middle Sister Mountain in Albany, New Hampshire USA during the summer months. This mountain is not a roadside attraction and requires a photographer to hike a number of miles. With numerous trails leading to the summit,
Mount Chocorua Scenic Area – White Mountains, New Hampshire
 

Mount Chocorua Scenic Area, New Hampshire – Mount Chocorua is not a roadside attraction and requires photographers to hike a number of miles before reaching the summit. With numerous trails leading to Mount Chocorua, it is best you pick up a trail map and decide what route you want to hike. If you are not interested in hiking to the summit, you can also photograph Mount Chocorua from Chocorua Lake. Chocorua Lake is easy to access from along Route 16.

Sunset from Middle Sister Mountain in Albany, New Hampshire USA during the summer months.
Middle Sister Mountain – Mount Chocorua Scenic Area 
 

Though the bald rocky summit of Mount Chocorua offers 360 degree views of New Hampshire and beyond, I think the Middle Sister Trail is the best option for landscape photographers. The view of Mount Chocorua from Middle Sister Trail is awesome! There is also remnants of a stone fire tower along the trail that was in operation from 1927-1948. The Middle Sister Trail is also a little less crowded.

Sunset from Middle Sister Mountain in Albany, New Hampshire USA during the summer months.
View From Middle Sister Trail – Mount Chocorua Scenic Area 
 

Give yourself a full day to photograph and explore the Mount Chocorua Scenic Area. And if you are up for a great adventure this is an excellent location to photograph and watch the sunset from.

All of the above images can be licensed for publications by clicking on the image you are interested in. And you can view more images of Mount Chocorua here. 

Happy image making..


 

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Erin Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in environmental conservation and historic preservation photography in the New Hampshire White Mountains. His work is published worldwide, and credits include; Backpacker Magazine, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and The Wilderness Society.

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