Nancy Brook Trail ist ein 9.4 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Bartlett, New Hampshire. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt einen Wasserfall und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, gezeltet und gebackpackt werden. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 9.4 miles Höhenunterschied: 3,064 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

Rucksacktour

Camping

Wandern

Wald

Aussicht

Wasserfall

Wildtiere

Scrambling

aufgezeichnet Nancy Brook Trail

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eisig
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schlammig
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überflutet
1 month ago

12/15/19 Great hike, but due to all the recent melt the river crossings were very challenging. Had to go off trail to find safer places to cross. We decided to stop at the waterfall rather than cross due to how high water levels were. Sections were icy, so spikes are very helpful. Poles also helped a lot for river crossings. Waterfall was incredible - made it all worth it!

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4 months ago

Huge waterfall 3mi in. 75ft high. First pond at the top is beautiful, but difficult to get to the edge. Some rock scramble towards the top. Overall really nice trail to start out on the the Whites.

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überwachsen
4 months ago

8/30 Solo Hike. Great trail. Relatively easy up to Nancy Cascades except for a couple of stream crossings where you hop from rock to rock. After the Cascades, the trail rises sharply but there are a lot of switchbacks so its not too bad. Once on top of the falls, the trail levels off. Lots of boards to use in the wet areas. Lakes are beautiful. Great moose habitat but no moose seen on the hike. As you approach the outlet of Norcross Pond you have the option of turning a sharp left to cross the outlet or a sharp right which appears to go to an old campsite. Turn right and keep going slightly to the left beyond the campsite and follow what appears to be a game trail. This is the trail to Mt. Nancy. The trail is becoming overgrown with short fir trees. Your head is above them but your feet are below the branches so be careful of your footing. The trail rises very fast in a short distance so it's a good workout. Because the trail up to Mt Nancy isn't well used, it's not rocky or rooty. But the roots are right at the surface of the organic matter making them slippery. There are sections of small gravel which doesn't provide a good stable surface. Only a couple of trees down across the trail but you can go under, over or around them easily. Took me 2 hours to the Cascades and another hour to the summit of Mt. Nancy. You only have a 180 degree view from the top but it''s a good look at Mt. Washington. The open area on top would barely handle a tent but there are two reasons you can't camp there. 1. Camping is only allowed 200 feet away from the trail and 2 there are two very big rocks in the way. Didn't see anyone until I started back down from the lakes so all in all a good day.

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überwachsen
5 months ago

As day 4 and 5 of a backpacking trip including Carrigain, we came up to Nancy from the backside on the 17th, camping at Norcross Pond, and descended on the 18th. The falls are beautiful. The trail up Nancy is a bit overgrown but it is a fun, steep, and short climb to the top. We didn't get a good view as it was a foggy day, but you can probably expect to look out at the Presidentials.

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käfer
5 months ago

This was Day#1 for us, the goal: Mt. Carrigain on Day#2. We set off down the Nancy Pond Trail taking a break at the cascade. Continued on to Nancy Pond then had lunch at Norcross Pond. Love that slab of granite on the far side, wonderful! Too tired to climb Nancy (sorry Nancy, we still love you) so set off to camp. Took the Carrigain Notch Trail down into the brook area and found a few groovy sites to set up shop. No moose this time but lots of moose poop. This camp, BTW, is just about in the geometric center of the White Mtn NP, perhaps Carrigain peak is the center. A great trek!

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schlammig
6 months ago

My husband and I did this hike with our Japanese Chin on a near perfect summer day. Great waterfall about halfway up. Amazing lake was the perfect stopping point for lunch. We were happy to get away from the bugs and into our air conditioned car by the end. The dog was better off than we were at the end! But spray is a must have!

Mon Jul 16 2018

Spectacular

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Mon Jun 11 2018

Used Nancy Pond Trail to return from camp at bottom of Desolation Trail. Summited Carrigain on Day#1 then descended via Desolation to camp in Stilwater area. Hiked out on Day#2 up notch trail to Norcross Pond (epic beauty!). Continued on Nancy Pond Trail to the cascades (epic again!) checking out the upper portion and lower section. This trail is wonderful and just keeps on giving! This option is a much better way to take in Carrigain, in my opinion, then just peak bagging (just watch out for Brutus the bear!).

Tue Oct 17 2017

I had a great morning on this trail. It was wide and open most of the way to the cascades. The cascades were lovely, despite our very dry fall. I went along to the pond and loved the steep scramble and then the gradual walk to the pond. Great trail when you are in the mood for something different then peak bagging. I dreamed of seeing a moose by the pond (saw lots of moose prints)! We will be back. Great trail.

Sun Oct 01 2017

This trail had a washout a while back and the new trail is not yet completely broken in, making it very "goaty" and slow going, there are few places where you can stretch your legs and pick up the tempo past the first stretch. However, the vista into the wilderness is very rewarding and the pond is beautiful. There is also a pool with a waterfall which is a perfect rest spot, or swimming hole for the brave.

Fri Sep 05 2014

Awesome views from the ponds. The herd path up mt nancy is very easy to follow. Great view from the top

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