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Very cool, but only for about 45 seconds

Absolutely worthy of a visit, but you'll get bored in about 45 seconds after you do the short loop... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2014
Roadtripper978
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Danvers, Massachusetts
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It's a really big rock

There isn't much to see, but it's a really interesting natural site with a giant rock left behind... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2014
EdAdamsky
,
Pelham, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 3 December 2014

Its a huge rock, nothing spectacular or worth going out of your way to see. If you do it will only take a few minutes to check it out and then leave.

Thank tamara s
Reviewed 27 November 2014 via mobile

Absolutely worthy of a visit, but you'll get bored in about 45 seconds after you do the short loop around the monstrous boulder. Only 10 minutes off NH16 on the way to North Conway, so this is a must visit at some point. This place...More

Thank Roadtripper978
Reviewed 20 October 2014

There isn't much to see, but it's a really interesting natural site with a giant rock left behind by the glacier thousands of years ago. It just sits there in the woods, but it's cool to see it.

Thank EdAdamsky
Reviewed 14 October 2014

A glacial erratic the size of a couple of 3 deckers (for those from Worcester, you know what they are) The road goes up near the "rock". Once you walk around it the enormity of this "stone" really hits home. There are no commercial points...More

1  Thank Charles L
Reviewed 25 September 2014

Huge glacial erratic (larger than a house). It's fun to walk around it (but watch out for the obscene graffiti if you have kids with you...some people have to ruin everything!) Be careful on the road to get there, it's in pretty rough shape.

Thank mello11
Reviewed 13 August 2014

Before you visit take a few minutes and watch a documentary on youtube about the ice-age. It is so hard to imagine and comprehend, but this rock gives proof. A seven day vacation through seven states and a big rock in the middle of the...More

Thank DaleShaffer
Reviewed 28 July 2014 via mobile

Check out Madison Boulder! It is one of largest glacial erratics in North America. It is a short hike in, well worth the trip.

Thank acerep
Reviewed 13 November 2013

It's a quick side trip only 5 miles from the east end of the Kancamagus Highway and worth the time. Basically it's just a really, really big rock. We were able to drive to within a hundred yards of it, but the road was pretty...More

Thank Sudlow
Reviewed 27 August 2013

i like these places a little geographical history, this rock looks like pink granite and it is enormous, you can drive or ride in but the road is very rough like a goat trail. hiking trails nearby. we road to hurricane mt road next about...More

1  Thank Bikeman B
Reviewed 22 August 2013

A must see for everyone :) a nice hike to see a wonderous boulder rock :) This trip is for everyone young and the old. In a quiet setting in NH.

Thank Heidi428
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