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trail locations for New Hampshire
hiking
1 day ago

Great trail, way less traffic than main trails.

Well maintained trail and a hearty moderate hike up the mountain. It is a 1,200 ft or so elevation change. The Flume trail loop across the street is rated moderate and in my view you can't use that to gauge this hike, as Mt. Pemigewasset is more strenuous and a true moderate hike. We loved this hike. The summit is amazing and we spent an hour enjoying the views.

hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful hike...great trail across a river bed...nice upward hike through the woods....vein fed path lovely, turned into a nice steep climb with a great clearing. Then on to the top. A nice climb not too hard really got you breathing . Nice sights.Well worth the short hike.

Beautiful well marked trail. Easy hike with only a couple steep sections in the beginning. Fantastic views along the way.

Easy Trail with a beautiful view of Mount Monadnock! Perfect to do with a family.

Tough trail but totally worth it. It is a solid 8 hour hike. We did the falling waters trail to the Franconia ridge trail and back down the old bridal trail. Be forewarned that even once you reach the top of the ridge there is still lots of scrambling up rocks as you cross the ridge. We are in our mid fifties and mostly saw folks 1/2 our age attempting the entire loop.

Closed do to paveing in the area

A wide, well maintained trail (a part of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail) that allows two hikers to walk abreast with ease. Little elevation gain (300 ft at most). Howe dam is the start of the Liza-Adams Gorge and at that point there is a smaller trail that follows the gorge to another pond. Not a lot to see but it is a quiet and serene walk. The Spiltoir Shelter of the MSGT is on this trail as you head north from Route 101 (about 3/4 of a mile from 101). If you do the trail from Rt. 101 and add the gorge trail your distance is increased to about 3.8 miles.

Hiked up to Arethusa Falls and back down (did not do the loop). It was a nice workout. Good elevation gain and was well worth the effort. The falls are beautiful!

on The Flume Trail

2 days ago

hiking
3 days ago

Great hike, 3 different options to go to the peak. I believe the red was the most direct/difficult path. Amazing views

Decent hike! It's on the easy side of moderate for rating. The waterfall is tiny due to lack of rain this year, but quite lovely hike anyway in early Fall. The trail is very shady in the tree canopy so no need for sunglasses!

Had a wonderful hike on this loop.

Great moderate walk with a huge reward at the top. Beautiful falls and massive granite boulders along the trail. Would visit again.