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White Mountain National Forest lies within the White Mountains in the U.S. states of New Hampshire and Maine. It's crossed by the White Mountain Trail and Kancamagus scenic drives, plus part of the Appalachian Trail. Dating to the 1860s, the Mt. Washington Cog Railway climbs to the summit of Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern U.S. The area is also known for bright fall foliage and winter skiing.

It was a beautiful day but a hard run particuliarly tricky for the return
Many rocks have fallen and we took our time on that steep descent

It was my first hiking trip and it sure did inspire me to take more such trips

Very hard but rewarding with the views

Overgrown so much that enjoying the area is limited, therefore the effort isn't worth it! We found the difficulty (not roots or muddy just rocky and steep without steps in sections) too challenging for the reward. In short, our group of 4 all agreed: skip this one.

We hiked 5/18, clear sky, high was in the eighties.

I visit this trail often. The views are phenomenal and well worth the hike.

Beautiful view, great hike!

An amazing hike, but I only wish the markings were a bit more clear! View was so worth it though!

I agree with a previous review saying "if you are planning on doing to full loop I strongly recommend you go up Falling Water and down Old Bridal." Falling Water was very steep and I was glad we started there while I was still energetic.

First, the elevation listed is wrong. Tecumseh is NH's smallest 4000 footer. It's a beautiful, very peaceful hike for the first 30 minutes, before turning into a very steep and rocky hike. Its a challenge all the way up to the junction for the summit but a very rewarding hike with a lovely, secluded view. Late May provided lovely green colors. We did not experience excessive traffic.

this absolutely gorgeous - the hike up is fine, speckled mountain is spectacular and blueberry ridge just gorgeous - loads of view points on slab after slab. there's no snow left.

This is a beautiful trail - definitely go UP sandwich mountain trail. The woods are gorgeous and the views from Jennings are great. Views from Sandwich just ok (mostly trees) - not sure it's worth the extra 1-1.5 hrs to get there and back... minimal snow just under sandwich peak.