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wandern
schnee
steinig
1 day ago

Steep trail, the first 3/4 is nearly 45° incline switchbacks, yet it levels out nicely toward the lake. Trails to, and around, the lake are well-packed and so far not very icy, so they could be accomplished with just microspikes. Make sure to stop at the hut, and do some of the surrounding trails, while you're there.

gehen
schnee
1 day ago

Great off leash wide and long distant visible trail

wandern
schnee
1 day ago

Awesome hike and views! 10 blow downs between Martha and os head. Signs of moose all around. Had to break trail between peaks. Last .2 to owlshead icy as heck! Needed two more miles so added on snow mobile trail. Fantastic views of the presidentials.

gehen
schnee
2 days ago

very nice after work hike with my pup..

wandern
schnee
2 days ago

wandern
schnee
3 days ago

Did this trail today.Two days ago we got 6 inches of snow. Trail was already packed down.Nice local hike.

Took our new rescue Jasper here for a little bit of a test to see how he’d do on some different terrain. It was snowy but I put some mushers wax on his feet and he was golden. Nice close short walk around the place and that was enough for me to know he’ll do good elsewhere. Definitely will come back here and can’t wait to see what it’s like in the spring and summer months! Snowy, a little slippery on some inclines but that’s to be expected. A couple new bridges were great. Saw one bridge on a different trail that looked busted and non crossable. Trails aren’t really marked but there are some names at the beginning of each one. It’s not hard to navigate as the paths were well packed down.

schneeschuhwandern
3 days ago

Great large parking area with field and trails!

wandern
eisig
schnee
3 days ago

Beautiful winter hike. The trail is snow covered with a few icy spots. We had snowshoes, but micro spikes would have been sufficient.

wandern
schnee
4 days ago

Clear day, no wind and temps in the high teens. Easy to find the trailhead and parking was convenient and safe. Dressed in layers and kept warm. Great hike, wore micro spikes but yak trax would have been fine, I was preparing for ice but the trail was not too icy under the snow. Trails had about 6" fresh snow and the hike was great. Other people snow shoed and there were also ski tracks on the trail so this trail is great for many varieties of enjoyment. The views are amazing from Washington over to the Sandwich Valley. The hike was perfect mileage for a winter hike without having to drive past N. Conway.

Great trail for a day hike have gone to many times. The waterfall is great to slide down for anybody hiking in the summer.

wandern
schnee
4 days ago

1/19- Winter wonderland! If you’re the first one breaking trail through the snow check in on this app once in a while- we almost missed the fork to the right for smarts brook trail. Was deep enough we needed snow shoes but probably packed down enough by now to get away with ankle boots- esp with gaiters.

Went out to walk the dogs and got a beautiful view on the pond. Frigid today so Bundle up!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
4 days ago

Parked in Greeley Ponds lot, wasn't plowed so be careful. Now with another 10" of snow yesterday maybe someone will plow it out. Nice approach trail with several small stream crossings that were mostly rock solid with all the cold weather. The upper part of the East Osceola trail was washed off with much exposed ice. Folks coming down were struggling and going up wasn't so easy either. The summit was wonderful, about 10DegF or so but lite winds and several lookout spots. Nice frosty White Mtns!!

overall a good hike. I had several equipment failures which I'll teach me to buy cheap equipment. overall the trail was great but I definitely need better gear if I'm going to do more winter hiking.

This was the first of the 4,000 footers I've hiked in recent years. Went on 1/19 after about 6 inches of snow had fallen the night before and there was continual snowfall throughout the day. Snow shoes were essential to get go to the summit. Unfortanely the visibility was extremely low at the summit. It took our group about 5 1/2 hours from the Waterville Ski Resort to the top and back. We started our hike at 12:30 and descended the final half mile or so in darkness. I have this hike a 4 out of 5 because even in good weather the summit has limited views. Also the hike has few interesting natural features along the way. The viewpoint is simply a side passage onto the ski path. While this was harder than anticipated, it was a solid first hike and a good challenge. I would only recommend it as a good entry point to the 48 challenge.

hiked this trail 1/18/2020 4 of us broke trail in 4" snow. I really liked the solitude of this trail. although the blazes were faded and required alittle guess work to stay on trail, it wasn't hard to follow. as we became closer to the top, the trail narrowed as it winded around the mountain. the views on top were excellent and I would definitely hike this trail again.

Parking lot unplowed / neighbor advised no street parking. Plan on this gem when the snow melts !

wandern
schnee
4 days ago

Great trail, well packed snow. Heavily trafficked. You can walk across the lake this time of year. Recommend snow shoes or microspikes but saw a few folks in regular boots. Most everyone else had snow shoes.

wandern
schnee
4 days ago

We had planned on starting from the Upper Carriage Road parking lot and hiking Piper and Whiteface but didn’t realize until we arrived that most of Carriage Rd was closed as of Nov 15. So we parked on the lower part and took the Piper Mountain (Red) Trail. This was only our 2nd hike in years, 1st being Mount Major last week. This hike kinda kicked our butts with the ascent being somewhat steep, for us anyways, plus the addition of about 6 inches of snow over night. We gained about 1000 feet in a shorter distance versus a smaller ascent over a longer distance as on our Mt Major hike. Pretty good northern views at the top, but the temperature and wind made for very quick photo ops. We opted to go back down the red trail the way we came up versus doing the loop. In hindsight I would have probably went up Carriage Rd and hit the White Trail then Old Piper Trail and then down the Piper Mountain Trail. A little further walk to the top but not quite as steep of an ascent. Thanks to Bob for a big help after the hike!!

Great trail - great for beginners or for a quick hike. On a clear day, the view up top is gorgeous!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
überflutet
5 days ago

**Big water pools in trail at M17 on Hamblett Nash Trail.** Nice trails, aside from additional smaller wet areas. Someone else poorly reviewed the locals, which I thought was funny until an (albeit, nice) police officer indicated I couldn’t park on the side of the quiet, plowed, highly visible road when the downhill parking area hadn’t been plowed yet after a (6”) snow storm; but when I came off the trail, the lot had been plowed, so maybe he put a call in. So we’re cool. And there were some friendly people on the trail, so the locals are fine. ;)

schneeschuhwandern
5 days ago

Wonderful truck on a Sunday afternoon after about 8 inches of fresh snow overnight. It’s a real treat that the state of NH has officially opened this up for hiking in the winter time!

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