Osseo Trail ist ein 10.3 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Lincoln, New Hampshire. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 10.3 miles Höhenunterschied: 3,051 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

Rucksacktour

Wandern

Naturausflüge

Schneeschuhwandern

Wald

Fluss

Aussicht

Wildtiere

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schnee
1 month ago

schneeschuhwandern
1 month ago

Took about 3:15 to summit. Low clouds so no views at all. Used snowshoes for last 1/4 mike and all the way out. The stairs were filled with snow and ice. Nice trail. Steady climb once get about 1/2 mile off the Lincoln Woods trail but not steep until the stairs. Took about 5 1/2 hours total. Did not see anyone else until got back onto the Lincoln Woods trail. Closer to 11 to 11.5 miles.

wandern
2 months ago

Heavy wet snow up on flume, Osseo up to the ladders was quite nice though.

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schnee
steinig
2 months ago

This is a great trail, and a safer/easier (albeit longer) route up to Flume. I continued on to Liberty which made this a 14 mile hike. Osseo was in great shape; it was more broken in than the stretch between the two peaks. And the ladders were all in good shape, not icy. Very little ice the whole trail. Couldn’t ask for better in mid-November

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schlammig
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steinig
4 months ago

wandern
4 months ago

We did this trail will people aging from 11-51 years of age and it was accessible and doable for all. Great trail with great views and ladders are safe and well maintained. We all enjoyed this trail!!

wandern
5 months ago

New favorite trail south of the notches. After leaving the Lincoln Woods rail trail (25 minutes), the ascent is a nice moderate incline for the first hour. Then shifts to comfortable switchbacks for another hour. Then the ladders, which are very well constructed and easy to ascend to the false summit. From there, another 45 minutes or so on fairly flat terrain toward the true summit. Final ascent is a blast and only takes maybe 20 minutes. Unbelievable views or the ridge line to Liberty, Little Haystack and Lafayette....and to the east, great view of the Bonds with Washington in the background. My tracker wasn't working correctly on the way up, so I'd estimate the total up/back at 10-11 miles. I was up in 3:15 and with short stops completed in under 6 hours. This is a keeper for sure!

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schlammig
5 months ago

Love this trail! It’s so underrated. Yes it’s long but it’s not rocky and has switchbacks giving my knees a much needed break in the Whites. The trail is pretty throughout. The views from the summit of Flume are outstanding.

wandern
11 months ago

Feb 12, 2019: Trail was beautifully broken out / packed snow until about 4.2m. Used light traction down low and snowshoes above. Turned back at 4.2m due to incoming storm. Can't wait to come back and see the views in warmer weather. As others have said, moderate climb that starts to feel long near the summit. Easy descent and great feeling of solitude and quiet. Loved it!

wandern
Sun Sep 30 2018

Hiked this trail as the first part of a half pemi loop backpacking trip, so I only did it as part of the ascent. It's definitely moderate, although by the time you get to the ladder/stair section it starts to feel a bit long! Definitely a great, easy to navigate trail which is beautiful. There are some beautiful outlooks along the way, although I can't speak to the summit views as by the time I got up to Flume there was a really thick fog settling in. Still a great hike and am excited to re-summit on a clearer morning!

wandern
Sat Sep 01 2018

The first 1.5ish miles of this trail is literally flat (this is great to start but becomes the longest 1.5 miles of your life at the end of a long day, haha). The large majority of the rest of the hike is moderate at best. The ladders can be a little much as they are towards the end of your hike up and the steepness could get to you if you're tired. The summit is beautiful but be sure, once you hit what looks like the summit (after the 0.1 distance to the summit sign) that you go up to the left which is where the actual summit is. I found the ladders down to be pretty simple to navigate but found the middle portion (known to me as "the switchbacks" to seem to be never ending. Overall the hike is not very difficult, but the distance seemed long. I have it at about 11.2 miles not 10.3 that is listed here.

Mon Jun 18 2018

Nice trail with a beatiful view.

wandern
Mon Jun 11 2018

Hiked this from the Lincoln Woods Trailhead... about 12.5 miles up to Mt. Flume and back. Nice challenging hike and lots to see!

wandern
Mon May 14 2018

Hiked this trail to the end and the short distance on the Ridge to Mt. Flume. Osseo is a beautiful trail, and moderate in difficulty (the hardest part is really the length- 11.2 miles out and back). The monorail is still there in the flat area below the summit, but was easily negotiated. The stairs are snow and ice free. Great trail, fantastic views!

wandern
Thu Sep 21 2017

A momentous hike for my wife - her first 4000 footer on her birthday nonetheless! We started at Lincoln Woods parking lot - original plan was to bike the 1.5 miles each way to Osseo Trailhead but there was so much chaos getting ready before we knew it we were on the trail. In hindsight, biking to trailhead would have been better choice - only because we would have got to a beautiful swimming hole on the Pemi much sooner on a very warm day! 11.2 miles in and out, accomplished in 6.30 hours - great experience at summit - wife was serenaded by a large crowd of hikers to happy birthday in both English and French... tres magnificiant hike which we found to be moderate.

rucksacktour
Mon Sep 05 2016

We liked this trail but only did it in the descending direction at the end of our Pemi loop. The switchbacks made the descent easier than we expected and the trail seems to be quite well-kept. There are many ladder steps in the steeper parts which was great for the knees going down but are probably pretty tiring going up. We were surprised by the easy footing along this whole trail. The brook is beautiful and the views from Flume are really nice. The trees seem to be growing up and obscuring the views into the Pemi Wilderness a little bit but you can still see a lot! It seemed like this trail would be a nice fall hike when the birches and maples have changed colors.

Camping
Tue May 26 2015

This is a great trail that leads to Mount Flume. It has a lot of switchbacks which makes it a fairly easy hike. Don't get me wrong, there are definitely some steep parts! Towards the end of the trail to Mt. Flume, there are wooden stairs which can be very steep so be careful! You get some sneak peeks of what the view looks like while you're hiking up but it is surely a surprise when you get up there. I recommend continuing onto the Franconia Ridge Trail after Flume and hiking up to Mount Liberty. Liberty has better 360 degree views. I also recommend staying at the Liberty Springs Tentsite just past Liberty as this can be a long hike one way.

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