Explorez les sentiers les plus populaires près de West Stewartstown avec des cartes de sentiers et des itinéraires choisis avec soin, ainsi que des critiques détaillées et des photos de randonneurs, de campeurs et des amoureux de la nature comme vous.

West Stewartstown, New Hampshire Map
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randonnée
2 months ago

I don’t understand the heavy rating of this trail, which was wide, not very rocky, no roots. It was a steep consistent incline, and with leaf cover and a little mud, it could be slick on footing, but have definitely seen much more aggressive hikes worthy of a hard rating. This time of year, a little snow on the moss heading towards the peak, and temps on top were very cold. The view, however, was so breathtaking it brought me to tears. This time of year with the purple mountains and the early sunsets, the skyline was absolutely magical. 10/10- 100% would do again.

randonnée
2 months ago

I gave 3 stars for the trail but the view was spectacular. It’s basically an old logging trail that goes straight up. Pretty boring except for the final .25 miles. This is the first time we’ve hiked in NH where did not see another hiker. It was nice to enjoy the peace and quite but also a little unsettling at the same time. Overall we enjoyed this hike.

randonnée
3 months ago

Steep hike the whole time. Trail was very Rocky, leafy and wet. Follows a stream after crossing the bridge. We didnt get a view due to clouds. Nice little rock top.

randonnée
4 months ago

My 7th 52 WAV and it was the best one so far! Easy on the feet, it is a steady incline, but no roots and hardly any rocks. The summit just opens up on you, not difficult at all.

randonnée
Sun Sep 02 2018

To get to this trailhead one must drive about 20 minutes down the dirt road (which is closed December through May by the way) and the trailhead is just past the second bridge. An open grassy area to the right before the bridge offers an easy place to park close by, or there’s an opportunity or two to simply park on the side of the road on the other side of the bridge. Look for yellow markers, but there’s also a clear sign indicating the start of the trail. Walk up the hill and past the camp there, and the rest of the trail is pretty clearly marked (keep to the right ahead and then keep heading straight up). 2,000 feet in 2 miles and up what used to be a road to a fire tower makes for a slow, monotonous hike. The last half mile is lovely though; picked some blackberries and the woods are just so green. At the summit there are two viewpoints to the southeast and to the west. Great views of Nash Stream Forest and nearby mountains. Very quiet and secluded. Quick route down and overall easy descent but can get slippery at times.

randonnée
4 months ago

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Sat Sep 24 2016