Looking for a great trail in Beaver Brook Nature Center, New Hampshire? AllTrails has 9 great hiking trails, wildlife trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Beaver Brook Nature Center ranging from 3.1 to 6.3 miles and from 259 to 508 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!


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Nice 3 mile hike through the woods and along a small pond with some small streams. We did this on a Sunday afternoon and only ran into one other person on the trails. Because there are so many trails in Beaver Brook, it was a bit challenging at times to stay on this trail without keeping the AllTrails map up, but if you did get off trail it was pretty easy to just catch another trail and cut back across to hookup to this one again. Trail is pretty easy - just a few small ups and downs. It was hard packed snow and some ice the day we went. Bare boots would probably be okay, but microspikes definitely made the going a little easier.Pretty hike and the dogs loved it!

1st mile and a half was rough for me but after that it was beautiful I love this trail

Awesome trail I did the pond loop trail and it was great I cannot wait to come back here in the summer The Rhododendrum‘s are going to be so sweet next year the trail around the loop is covered with them beautiful beautiful beautiful

Started by going to the right around the lake, because it gave us the option to cut back early if it started getting dark. The rock face wasn’t too bad, had some good foot holds. Toughest part of trail was leaf cover, making it hard to see rocks and holes. Felt warmer than 36 degrees because no wind! Cut off last little loop in order to finish before dark.

We did this with our dogs on a sunny but cold day. Great hike through the woods. Starts off on a wide, dirt packed road but turns into smaller paths pretty quickly. Path has a few short bursts of inclines and smaller dips on the first 1/2 of the trail and rest of it is pretty flat. Trail is very well marked with a lot of other trails going off it, but if you follow the AllTrails map it is very easy to see where you need to go to stay on this trail. Can't wait to go back in the snow!

2 months ago

Very beautiful in autumn. The bodies of water were filled with lily pads and leaves. The trees were beautiful. Very lightly trafficed, only saw one person. Will definitely go again, the trails are very wide and well groomed.

Nice Fall hike. Nice weather, well marked, and no bugs. We really enjoyed it.

Beautiful wide trail! A bit buggy

Did this trail today. Only came to 5.5 miles.

nice hike, some elevation, lots of rocks and stumps. not a lot of bugs today.

My favorite hikes so far within the Beaver Brook Association.

Nice trail. The other review mentioned a scramble up a rock face. They were not lying. Definitely bring some bug spray.

greatly cleared, nice and quiet. needs to mark the trails better.

Was pretty but it felt like I got bitten by a million mosquitos. I sprayed bug spray 6 times and it did not do anything!

easy with lots of options, looking forward to trying more.

Nice trail, not too many bugs, beautiful wildflowers near water, butterflies and dragonflies everywhere.

5 months ago

Wicked nice place with lots of trails. The parking area has manicured gardens, picnic tables, and other seating areas. Muddy areas have bridges or rocks to walk on.

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