Cathedral Ledge via Bryce Path Trail

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Cathedral Ledge via Bryce Path Trail ist ein 1.9 Meilen langer, stark besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Bartlett, New Hampshire. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt einen Wasserfall. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert und ein Ausflug in die Natur unternommen werden. Die Route ist am besten von April bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind auf diesem Weg erlaubt.

Entfernung: 1.9 miles Höhenunterschied: 603 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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You can also walk down the paved road from the overlook if you'd like.

wandern
2 months ago

First time doing this hike. They just fixed up the path and it was easy to stay on path but at points it is very steep rock or wooden steps your climbing up. I didn’t go back down path I ended up going down road. My little dog had troubles making some of jumps up so I thought down would be tough. I had to carry her at times, but she is only 20 pounds. Was really nice and worth it though!! Very beautiful morning on the top!

Beautiful view but two very steep and rocky inclines. We went late fall so leaves and ice made it difficult.

wandern
3 months ago

Great hike. Two challenging area's but nothing a short water break didn't fix. Not hiking all summer is what made it a challenge. worth the views at the top.

wandern
4 months ago

Update on trail closure for Bryce Path. Per New Hampshire State Parks Bryce Path with be closed from Bryce Link to the top of Cathedral Ledge beginning on Tuesday, October 1st through Friday, October 11th for trail repairs and upgrades. In addition there will no access downhill from Cathedral Ledge or Whitehorse Ledge Trail (from the top trailhead). The crews began building rock stairs on the steep pitch that need to be completed.

wandern
4 months ago

Per New Hampshire Stated Parks Bryce Path with be closed from Bryce Link to the top of Cathedral Ledge beginning on Tuesday, September 17th through Friday, September 27th for trail repairs and upgrades. In addition there will no access downhill from Cathedral Ledge.

wandern
5 months ago

challenging hike but the views are worth it

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käfer
5 months ago

fun trail would recommend just use bug spray first

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scrambling
5 months ago

Poor signage for trailhead and first 1/4 of the trail; but worth it, just need to stay on GPS route.

wandern
5 months ago

Great hike if you only have an hour or two. Definitely some challenging climbs on the way up and down. Great views at the top !

wandern
5 months ago

We hiked DOWN today and were picked up at the bottom and driven back up to the top to get our car by a friend. Good hike, regular markers that were easy to follow. Pretty steep with lots of rocks/roots in some areas and it was slippery due to dry pine needles. Did this with a 2 and 6yo. My little one kept slipping and was having trouble with the steepness. My oldest was fine. Put my 2yo in the pack and carried him down about 3/4 of the distance because it was too hard for him. I was ok carrying him but there were several places I chose to sit and sort of slip over a rock(s) to make sure my footing was solid in rocky/steep areas. We enjoyed it, but not an easy walk with little kids.

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sturmholz
6 months ago

Great short hike, reward-to-work ratio is pretty hard to match- you can summit in under 25-30 minutes and be back down in 20. One blowdown that’s easy to navigate through. Personally- the outlook was better than the ledge views. Sad that there needs to be a fence here, but plenty of people pack around the ledge itself.

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sturmholz
6 months ago

Great short hike, reward-to-work ratio is pretty hard to match- you can summit in under 25-30 minutes and be back down in 20. One blowdown that’s easy to navigate through. Personally- the outlook was better than the ledge views. Sad that there needs to be a fence here, but plenty of people pack around the ledge itself.

wandern
7 months ago

Great hike. Some steep rocky areas but not too crazy. I kept drifting off trail but it’s probably cause I’m new to hiking. Highly recommended, the view is great!

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steinig
8 months ago

10 months ago

We went in March with the ground completely covered in snow. There is a long steep area that is at times icy. I wouldn't recommend going without snowshoes and even with snowshoes we decided to go down by the auto road. Bryce path would have been extremely challenging going down. The views were beautiful and the workout was great!

10 months ago

Fun winter hike. Some steep icy spots. Micro spikes worked fine. Slid down the steep spots on our butts on the way out.

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schnee
11 months ago

wandern
Sat Nov 10 2018

Not super well marked, but a beautiful view from the top! Watched a snowstorm move over the town from the overlook.

Mon Nov 05 2018

I loved this hike. It’s right behind the house that I’m renting for the winter. We went up to the house for the first time last weekend and I was exploring the trails back there with my dog. When I saw the Bryce Path Trail I decided to check it out. It was not very dog friendly in my opinion. That might have something to do with the We weather we recently had but still seemed a little steep for most dogs to enjoy. Other than that it is an amazing hike. If you live or are staying near by, or just up there looking for a short but fun hike I’d definitely suggest taking a look. I just wouldn’t recommend bringing a dog.

wandern
Tue Sep 25 2018

We did a variant that joined the Bryce Path. We started from the NW shore of Echo Lake on the yellow trail which has a sign indicating "To Bryce Path". Took us about one hour to the top and back, plus viewing time at the top. A bit disappointing to find all the cars parked at the top if you're not expecting it. Excellent views. Much of this hike is flat and wide with two relatively, short but steep rises. This route apparently misses the waterfall.

wandern
Mon Sep 24 2018

Bryce Path is not a loop. It is a 1.2 mile hike from Echo Lake to the top of Cathedral Ledge with some of the best views anywhere. From Cathedral you can see Mt. Washington Valley below you. The hike down is the same route as going up. It looks like somebody posted this as a "loop" and did so using the Cathedral Ledge Auto Road. The road is not part of this hike. It is mostly flat around the Echo Lake Trail and from the intersection of that trail to Bryce Link. From Bryce Link to the top it becomes steeper with two rather steep areas. The surface is hard packed dirt with, for the most part, stable rocks and an assortment of tree roots. Great short hike and the views are worth it! You can also access Bryce Path from Bryce Link off of Cathedral Ledge Rd. Look for the first kiosk on the left side of Cathedral Ledge Rd. and follow Bryce Link to Bryce Path and take a right. The trail is marked with signs and yellow paint markings on rocks and trees. Five stars for the hike and the views from the top.

Fri Sep 07 2018

Very great trail for a leisurely hike or connecting to more serious ones.

wandern
Wed Jul 11 2018

Beautiful hike. Two steep inclines. First one is hard/moderate. Second one is moderate. Nice view at the top. About an hour up. Took paved road down. Didn't bump into one person on the path on a Wednesday afternoon. Took my 12 year old son.

wandern
Tue Jun 26 2018

Gorgeous overlook. New Hampshire is stunning.

gehen
Sun Jun 10 2018

This was for sure more hard that I anticipated. Took about an hour up. Took multiple breaks but the views were worth it.

Fri May 25 2018

We would have hiked up,if we knew about walking up the road. Hike up the trail and then walk down the road.

Sat May 05 2018

Half of this route is on a paved road - I would avoid this unless you love pavement.

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