Looking for a great trail in Madame Sherri Forest, New Hampshire? AllTrails has 7 great hiking trails, walking 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 6 moderate trails in Madame Sherri Forest ranging from 2.3 to 6.6 miles and from 639 to 1,364 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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What an amazing spot! We came here for the fourth of July and barely anyone else was around. We did the Ann Stokes loop to Indian pond and had a lovely time swimming! Definitely recommend for a day adventure, but could also be accomplished in an afternoon

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29 days ago

The trail was really great, the castle and Indian Pond were beautiful.

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1 month ago

Fun little jaunt with the kids. Not terrible. 6,7,9,9,11,11,12 and 12 year olds all competed easily

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rocky
1 month ago

Great scenic overlook, a pond, and the bonus of Madame Sherri’s ruins!

big inclines would consider this moderate

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2 months ago

Great hike 6-11 year olds Kids are the worst but it was fun!

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

We were just there this past weekend and had to wade through an icy creek because part of the trail was washed out. Much of it was extremely muddy. Otherwise, it is beautiful country. The trails look like they’d be well maintained if it weren’t such a wet spring. Not much can be done about all of the water. It’s too strenuous a hike for our 6 yr old; we had to turn back about 1/2 way around but we’ll be going back when she’s bigger.

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rocky
3 months ago

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3 months ago

I love this short but fun trail. There was a lot of compacted snow/ice but it still didn’t disappoint.

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6 months ago

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6 months ago

Fun loop with the pup. Felt like a fall hike today.

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8 months ago

We hiked both the Ann Stokes and Daniels Mountain loops. Several spots with great views, amazing rock formations, and fun castle ruins. There were a few places that could have been marked clearer, but definitely worth doing.

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9 months ago

I combined the Ann Stokes loop with the 1.8 mile Daniel Mtn. loop for a more challenging (but still moderate) two-peak, 4.1 mile hike. Humid, foggy day in late September gave the forest an ethereal feel. Few bugs. Will definitely do again with friends.

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10 months ago

Someone had posted to set your GPS to 41 Egypt Rd West Chesterfield, NH. Whoever you are, thank you. This lead us right to a small parking lot next to the trail head. The castle ruins are just over the bridge from the parking lot. Everything is well marked with signage and very difficult to miss. My wife and I went up Mt Daniels while she was recovering from a cold. Not a difficult hike at all and took us about 2 hours. I would just make sure you have hiking boots on as the trail can be very muddy.

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11 months ago

A lot of this trail is made from runoff streams, which made it particularly soggy and buggy today after all the rain that we've gotten lately! There are some areas that are strictly rock ledges, so be sure to have appropriate footwear. The overlook is beautiful yet small - and the mix of terrain made for an enjoyable hike, although not one of my favorites.

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11 months ago

good hike. ruins were cool and easy to get to. hike was a bit challenging for those of us that are not in the best shape. I would go back to explore more.

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