Oaklands Tunnel Trail

MODERATE 24 reviews

Oaklands Tunnel Trail is a 7.9 mile out and back trail located near Exeter, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible from April until October.

7.9 miles 807 feet Out & Back

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8 months ago

The trail is very well maintained but the trails are not all marked and have some confusing intersections. I suggest downloading the map and using GPS.

We did the red loop without the added extension under the highway. The trail was rather uneventful until we saw a beaver in one of the bog areas. I wouldn't travel a long way to do this trail but if you live nearby and are looking to simply have a walk in the woods then this is a good trail for you.

8 months ago

Good trail. Easy to get lost. Walked steadily for 3 straight hours, total 8 miles. Alittle much for this 58 year old. Especially since it was my first hike!!

8 months ago

Nice trail, not too difficult. Did find trail a little hard to follow, we ended up traveling a few different colored trails. Nice 3 mile loop with the dog.

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8 months ago

I like this trail because it is slightly more difficult than a lot of the trails you find in the seacoast. Dog friendly. Well established and blazed trails, although there is no signage. Maps can be printed on the Exeter town page.

9 months ago

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9 months ago

Very nice trails. Need to go back with a mountain bike.

10 months ago

10 months ago

My First time here. Took my 2 German Shepherds with me. They enjoy it

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10 months ago

It is an easy 6mile hike with marked trails, decent view and elevation. We did not want anything more than 3 miles. Once we hit our goal we headed back on the same red trail.

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10 months ago

Good tip above; iPhone helped navigation.

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1 year ago

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