Black Mountain Trail

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Black Mountain Trail ist ein 4.5 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Woodsville, New Hampshire. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 4.5 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,279 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Wandern

Naturausflüge

Schneeschuhwandern

Vogelbeobachtung

Laufen

Wald

Aussicht

Wildblumen

Wildtiere

Sturmholz

Insekten

schlammig

steinig

Scrambling

Schnee

wandern
schnee
27 days ago

The first portion of the trail is a logging road which is kind of nice to let your body warm up. Then it is a pretty steady incline all the way to the top. The trail isn’t very scenic until you’re at the top which has amazing views. Only saw one person the whole time and it was easy for our French Bulldog to hike. The snow was packed down over ice but we were prepared with microspikes and poles. Great day on the trail.

wandern
3 months ago

The first 8/10 of a mile is all log Road. Then the second you hit the force it’s pretty much straight up hill for the next mile. Views from the top are impressive

wandern
3 months ago

love this hike, "lightly trafficked " is accurate as we did this on a perfect fall Saturday and were most often alone. it took us about 2 1/2 hours and that includes the 20 minutes or so we spent on top.

wandern
scrambling
3 months ago

wandern
4 months ago

Great trail. It’s never too steep and pretty wide and clean. I’d say easy to moderate. The views are great at the top. I spent about 20 minutes up there.

wandern
4 months ago

52 With A View rates this as “outstanding” and outstanding it is. A gradual uphill on a well defined trail ( Black Mt). There are no views until you reach the peak on this trail but the Chippewa Trail has great views along the way but it’s a more difficult climb ( at least for we ‘old-timers’). This mountain is often ‘clouded, fogged in’, so pick a clear day for this hike. As others have mentioned you’ll go down a dirt road a ways to where the P sign is, although it seems as though you could continue on another .4 of a mile and park there. Not a lot of ‘rocks and roots’ on this trail. Enjoy!

wandern
4 months ago

Great views and nice trail. Dog husband and I loves it

wandern
4 months ago

Had a lot of fun hiking this trail with my dog today. The trail starts off on private property following a wide, smooth logging road, then eventually you’ll come to a National Forest boundary sign so don’t sweat the Posted signs on the trees before that. A couple of steep inclines at the start, but I’d consider this trail a true moderate and “great forest setting” describes it perfectly. Ground was just soft enough but no mud at all, even with some showers throughout the previous 36 hours. Only one section where you had to cross some rocks. Took an hour to get up to the summit (fit 23 year old with an active dog) and about 45 minutes to descend. Perfect day hike!

aufgezeichnet Recording - Aug 29, 11:39 AM

wandern
4 months ago

Great trail. hiked it with husband and 3 kids ages 12,8,6. took us about 1.5 hours to reach the top. parking is a little confusing. you have to drive down a dirt road that has a sign for hiking and then you will see a parking sign.

wandern
5 months ago

Nice trail. Great views!

5 months ago

awesome trail bring big spray beautifully when you get to the top

wandern
6 months ago

Spectacular, 270+ degree view from the top. Steep going up, but well worth the effort! To get there, just keep going up the road shown on the map. It'll be paved at first, then dirt, then rough dirt. Park as far along as you can go. We parked where there was a "P" sign, but someone else parked further up the road. From Coventry Road, it's about a mile to parking. The first bit of the trail is on the old dirt road, and it passes through an open area that was full of wildflowers. Then the climb really begins.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
6 months ago

wandern
6 months ago

Hiked this earlier today with my husband. We took our time because I tend to be on the slower side when hiking. It was a good workout with a great payout at the summit, which I enjoyed because I’m all about that payout. This hike is on the 52 With-a-View list and it’s easy to see why; the views are gorgeous! The black flies were out in force, but we knew they would be, so we were prepared. The trail itself was easy to navigate and did not have a lot of blowdown (I think we had to go over one tree). It was definitely muddy in spots, but that’s to be expected with all of the rain that we just had. This trail is good for beginning hikers but I wouldn’t recommend it for anyone who is severely out-of-shape.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
7 months ago

Recommend this trail for beginners and good for dogs. The trail is wide with good footing. Actually starts on a logging road for the first mile or so. Then turns to the left at a well marked clearing and begins more of an ascent. The footing remains good for the whole trail with very few rocky areas. About halfway up there was a lovely babbling brook to cross. No views until the top, but plenty of places to explore once there.

wandern
7 months ago

a nice hike, wide trails for the most part and easy to summit. no views today but from a previous hike know a nice reward awaits on a clear day

wandern
7 months ago

A great trail, wide and largely smooth, only a few wet and rocky spots in mid-June. Still many wildflowers and great forest ecosystems to examine. Lovely hardwood forest at start of trail shifting into more spruce-fur at the top of the mountain. No views until you get to the top, but a nice trail. Moderate difficulty is deserved, not terribly steep but no switchbacks- just a steady climb upwards. Trail well-marked and easy to follow. Overall a nice 3 hour hike for average walkers.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
7 months ago

wandern
8 months ago

Lovely views and a relatively "smooth" path, compared to most of the trails in the Whites (typically rocky, rooty, and scree'd.) There were lots of bugs down low, not yet biting but it's just a matter of time. The mud was very manageable for this time of year.

wandern
schlammig
8 months ago

Muddy places last 3/4 mile; trail stream trickle.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
sturmholz
8 months ago

Great l’initie hike. Tom did some saw work on a few blow downs.

wandern
schlammig
schnee
sturmholz
9 months ago

wandern
schnee
10 months ago

No need for snowshoes!! Lots of packed snow and ice! Spikes are necessary.

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