Lonesome Lake Trail is a 3.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Lincoln, New Hampshire that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and camping and is accessible from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Directions from Lincoln or Franconia, NH: This trail is located in the southern most parking area of Lafayette Campground which is located on I-93 about midway between the towns of Lincoln and Franconia.
Love hiking in the fall. Great place to hike and spend a few hours.
did this one in 2014, well indicated and ama hut to visit, what a beautiful day !
Gorgeous views with tons of trail options and a nice hut.
It's a butt buster going up! Great workout, nice reward at the end. Well traveled so you can safely hike alone.
Very pleasant climb with a tranquil lake at the end. Includes a camp house you can spend the night
Amazing hike. Tough climb up but definitely worth it for the views.
Correction- AMC hut :-)
Clear trail, great cardio, peaceful and no more than an hour up to gorgeous views! I took a left at the top to stop by the AT hut & pics along the way..if i had more time I would have loved to do some of the passed side trails.
Moderate trail with a serene reward at the end. Been hiking the White's for 35 years - one of my favorites. Great views of the surrounding peaks, a great swim in the lake, and the hut staff are always amazing!!
I loved this hike. I was at the trailhead at 9.25am on sunday 8/21. It was very less crowded. I hiked alone. As other mentioned, this hike was moderate because of the rocks. You need sturdy shoes. The lake was amazing. The AMC hut was cozy and you can get a nice coffee there after the hike.