Spaulding Mountain

Sometime around the late 2000s and early 2010s, Spaulding Mountain and nearby Mount Redington were determined to be just a bit above 4,000 feet.  Spaulding always had a short 150-yard side trail off of the Appalachian Trail. Though the views aren’t as extensive as neighboring Mount Abraham and Sugarloaf Mountain, it features directional views from its wooded summit.