Mount Cardigan Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Canaan, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Perfect Sunday hike. We did an out-and-back on West Ridge Trail - it was blowing pretty hard at the top so we didn't try to find South Ridge for the full loop. Will definitely come back in the warmer weather and check out more of the trail system in this park. Loved it.
We do this hike every year. Always a great time! Our dogs love it.
well-marked , well-maintained trail. Absolutely stunning views from the top
Great trail with some minor challenge. Hiked in the end of October so the scenery was amazing. Started out with beautiful fall colors and turned to fresh snow covered trees. Little icy near the summit when the rock slabs become a little more flat. It was also crazy windy so we stopped a little short of the fire tower.
Great trail well marked. Dog loved it
It was great...great view, great trail...
A New England classic and perfect if you are in the area and have limited time. Great views and enough steep bits to get a bit of exercise. Heavily used and parking lot can get crowded. Watch for the Dartmouth kids running up it.
Great times going with my 2 huskies up/down west ridge trail. Beautiful view once we got to the summit. Gets really chilly at the top so make sure you're prepared.
Great Hike. I took west ridge up and down, then back up south ridge and down west. Its a steady hike but not too difficult at all. west ridge trail is a bit easier than the south. Great views on a bare large summit