Abe Emerson Marsh Loop Trail

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Abe Emerson Marsh Loop Trail is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Candia, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.1 miElevation gain29 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashHikingNature tripsSnowshoeingBird watchingForestWildflowersWildlifeBlowdownMuddy
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Craig Yergeau
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HikingBlowdownMuddyOver grown

Parking isn't connected to the trailhead so you have to walk down the street, the noise from Rt 101 permeates the entire hike so you never get away from it, the trail wasn't well maintained with blowdowns and sorts of branches all over the place, there were a couple spots where the trail markers may have fallen off, etc. Only redeeming quality was that the marsh itself was really very nice, although it was hard to enjoy it with all the noise.

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Kristin Thellen
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Hiking

Trail is over grown and flooded so we just took the rail trail

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Ilana Gun
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Hiking

Can’t find the trail , busy road in a neighborhood. First time and last time here.

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Alan Perkins
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HikingBlowdownMuddy
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Interesting walk along the marsh and return through the woods. Parking area is beyond the trailhead and you have to walk along the road to get the the trail. Trail doesn't look like seed much use and is flooded in placed by the springtime high water. It is very well blazed with yellow markers spaced closely and easy to follow except in a couple of places. There is a spur trail blazed in red that heads out to a peninsula in the marsh but is flooded right from the start and was not walkable when we were there. Lots of birds and wildlife to see. The trail back near the rail trail was easy to follow. There were a lot of limbs down in the trail.

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Kaylee Michelle
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Steve Sklar
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Tom Bradley
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Trevor Brayall
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Keith Kelly
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Matthew Hajduk
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Pete McVay
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