White Horse Trail

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White Horse Trail ist ein 3.9 Meilen langer Rundweg in der Nähe von Bartlett, New Hampshire. Er führt entlang eines Sees, durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert werden. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 3.9 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,043 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

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wandern
3 months ago

One of my favorite trails. Recommend parking at Echo Lake State Park and going clockwise up Bryce Path. Most of the repair work on Bryce Path is completed although it’s not 100% yet. Beautiful foliage and views this time of year. Trail is well marked throughout. Bring water and a snack especially if you’re not experienced.

Terrific hike. Great views.

wandern
4 months ago

Nice little hike , great views with moderate effort!

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steinig
5 months ago

This trail kicked my butt because I took Bryce path straight up, going counterclockwise on the white horse trail. The ascent in that direction got really steep, to the point that I was using arms and legs to climb. Parts were pretty steep, so I took my time. Eventually the trail grade became very slightly easier and opened up to bald ledges that afforded some awesome views of the east, echo lake and north Conway. From there it was still climbing, but in woods (no longer the side of ledge), so I just slowed down the pace. Once at the peak, it was gorgeous and had plenty of ledge spanning in all directions. Great views. I followed the white horse trail down, and the trail was mellow for a while, gradually descending- a nice break from the first mile of climb! Once the shade began so did the bugs. Bring spray! Some steepish parts to go down, but generally easy overall. The trail got a bit hard to follow, had to doubleback a couple times, as other places look like trail too. But found it no prob and kept going. This was a really beautiful trail, with big boulders, birches, and cool bird calls (in August). Easy-to-follow trail network overall.

wandern
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scrambling
steinig
5 months ago

wandern
6 months ago

the trail was a really nice warm up for washington. easy but some challenging parts included

wandern
Sat Dec 02 2017

This hike is accurately categorizes as moderate. Plan for 2.5 to 3 hours. I recommend that you run this trail counter-clockwise. Starting at the crossroad of Bryce and White horse. Take Bryce first as it is a somewhat steep scramble. Left at the next intersection for White Horse heading S/SW. Rewarding views await and the remainder of the hike is forest and less technical.

wandern
Fri Oct 20 2017

This hike was nice. Relatively close to a golf course for a portion of it though. However If you plan on doing cathedral or white horse then choose white horse its much more rewarding.

wandern
Sun Sep 03 2017

Hiked this trail today - a gorgeous day with great weather. Kids 15, 13, 11, 9. Great hike. Took 3.5 hours with @ 30 min for lunch at summit. Went counter-clockwise to tackle the steepest section at the start and on ascent. Definitely a challenge for the younger ones with scrambling in a couple of places. One child who is a little scared of heights was a little uncomfortable in spots, but gained confidence and was glad to have done it. The vista before the summit is better than the vista at the summit. Suffered a few bee stings on the trail on the way down. But still a great hike and the most challenging one we've done as a group. A good next step after easier hikes in the area like Diana's Baths.

Sat Aug 12 2017

Did this 4 days ago, it was raining a bit but it kept us cooler. Did the loop clockwise making the steep part our decent.

wandern
Wed Oct 12 2016

I found this trail to be very nice and well marked. It was a beautiful fall day and I combined this with a hike up Cathedral Ledge. I found it to be quite satisfying. There were many beautiful views and many active chipmunks to enlighten the way. I also had the pleasure of a gorgeous hawk to swoop down in front of me and that was quite a show. The hike is steep at times but well worth the views.... positively a do over for me.....

wandern
Sun Aug 07 2016

This hike offered beautiful views, but I would NOT recommend it for kids. My husband and I did this hike with our 4 kids (ages 13,11, 9, 8) on a dry and sunny day. It took us 4 hours to complete. It required a lot of climbing on the way up and was VERY steep and slippery in areas on the way down--including some nerve-racking parts along the edge of the cliff. The trail was well marked, but there were intersecting trails and multiple entrances which made it confusing. We were lost for a while and had to rely on the kindness on strangers to find our way and safely navigate down the rocky terrain (the children required 1:1 adult assistance in certain areas--It was very scary). Black Cap is a shorter, safer hike for children and it offers similar views.

wandern
Fri Jul 15 2016

Nice hike under 3 hours with sights and few people on it.

wandern
Fri Dec 25 2015

Slippery and foggy, but easy even with the kids. I'd do it again when the weather is clear since the view promised to be awesome!

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