Hall Mountain Trail is a 3.6 mile out and back trail located near Candia, New Hampshire. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking.
A lot of steep uphill. This will definitely work the legs.
Wouldn't call it difficult. Not a great view. Bad trail markers on the other side.
Looped: ...Hall Marsh Trail...bushwhacked to unnamed trail paralleling Ferret, then over the top back to Podunk are. Trail signs minimal; one map trail missing; some trail flooding. In short a merry adventure.
This trail is commonly referred to as "Gull Trap". My friends and I were expecting a little bit more a challenge. It was more of a nature trail than a hike. The way back had a few steep parts but overall the path was relatively easy. Takes about an hour. Good for a casual day enjoying the woods.
Decent short hike if you're just going up hall mtn. We went up over and then down the ferret trail and met up with the hall mountain marsh trail which is mainly for mountain bikes. About 6.5 miles to get back to the car.
Nice trail, a bit hard to find in some places, trail junctions not very well marked and trails on the ground din't seem to match the trail maps.