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easy hike for all levels. Enjoyable.

Gem of a local hike. Great cardio to views of Manchester and surrounding rural Hillsborough county.

walking
2 months ago

Would definitely come back!

walking
2 months ago

We took the fur kid here. It was a very pretty walk. Easy, flat and not many people. I was a chilly day so that may have had something to do w it. If you’re ever in the area it is a great place to walk w your fur kid, or by yourself!!

Easy loop with beautiful views, especially in the fall.

This trail is great for people who just want a quick short hike! Half the trail is rooty but the other half is not really rooty and is great for running! The part that is in the woods is well marked so it is pretty hard to get lost.

Markers are few and far between on some trails but is easy to navigate because of the size.

beautiful trails well marked and dog friendly but a little busy.

Go to the South trail map on this app. That’s where you will find the views. There are a lot of trails on this side and it gets confusing.

I was looking for a quick hike and was very pleased with this trail! It took us about an hour and a half to do the full loop- exactly what I was looking for! If you follow the Red Dot Trail, be ready for a really steep incline up to the top!

walking
3 months ago

Very nice walking trail. Lots of different little trails to walk around. I saw a beautiful dragonfly that I got the most amazing picture of and I saw a cute little turtle trying to cross the path. Great path for young kids or for husbands that really don’t like hiking but enjoying playing Pokémon go. Lots of Pokémon gyms and Pokémon spins.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice level trail. Moderate traffic with dogs. Will be beautiful when foliage is peak

It took me 3 different trips to find the North peak (kept ending up at the South) because I don't think the trail markers quite match the map. But today I made it- took the Red Dot Trail up which was quite a workout for a small mountain! There is a nice big space up top for picnicking.

Was pressed for time and we spent a little over an hour there-getting to the summit off the blue did not take long at all. We went up blue and down white - to me coming down was a bit scary due to the incline. Definitely a bit of a challenge because I do most of my walking on treadmills and far less challenging terrain. I’m sure true hikers and climbers would find this on the easier side though.

walking
4 months ago

It is a very beautiful trail but be very careful as you may get lost. I went at twilight thinking it would be a quick 1 mile hike and ended up getting lost in the dark because of all the intersecting trails.

4 months ago

Great quick loop with nice views up top, but be ready for a steep, somewhat technical ascent!

walking
4 months ago

it was a good walk. i would go back.

walking
4 months ago

the weather was bad way to hot and humid. the bugs were attacking like crazy

trail running
4 months ago

Was really surprised at the quality of these trails. Took the kids on Haselton Farm and a few side trails to hit a nice 3 mile loop around the park. There's some decent elevation to be had and once you get about a half mile in it feels like you're deep in the wilderness. Trails are very well marked once you get started, recommend starting at the bottom of the hill next to the dog park.

Nice, lengthy walk that is very easy. I didn't give it a full 5 star because outside of the first (or last depending on which way you go) part of the hike, there are very limited views of the water. A little buggy on the back end of the pond but that is to be expected. Gradual hills, easy enough for all ages.

Great little hike in and out! We took our dog and carried our 1 year old in our hiking pack and went up the white dot trail which takes you directly to the top. Views was ok. For what it is, we were very happy! Took exactly 1 hour top to bottom.

red dot is a quad burner and super technical. love it!

I went twice this summer-Had a good time even though I didn’t have the proper shoes the second time after we had a lot of rain.. we did white and blue (easier trails). The rocks on the trail bring a bit of a challenge because I felt myself continuously looking down so I didn’t trip. I have not attempted the more difficult trail but what we did was very manageable. It was not crowded and certainly offers the peacefulness one seeks when hiking.

Fun quick little hike

lovely trail, look for the dog face rock just off the trial toward the pond!

trail running
4 months ago

Great trail for running in the shade, only a few small hills

If anyone is looking for an easy brisk walk than this would be the place. No serious inclines or rocks to hurdle over. Great place to walk your dog or come with little one. I enjoy coming here to do a quick jog, it’s peaceful and no heavy traffic.
Only 3 stars just because I’m more of a moderate to hard trailer myself. So even though it’s on a 3 star to me, it may be a 4-5 to you.

One of the best trails in Southern New Hampshire and hardly ever any traffic on the trail because it's so secluded. Can sometimes be buggy on the backside of the pond but beautiful views and a fairly flat and well groomed trail. Great for dogs, kids, bikes, and jogging.

Great walking trail.

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