Blue Job Mountain is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Strafford, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Very good trail if you just want a quick hike, with pretty decent views of the surrounding area and other mountains as a reward :) Only negative thing I might have to say that is of no fault of the mountain's... there was lots of poop on the trail. Lots and lots of poop. During our hike we ran into four friendly dogs, which is always nice to see. It's a shame dog owners can't clean up after them.
Easy short, almost too short little hike. Decent views up top, not busy at all in winter. My dog loved it!
Great Hike with an easier trail on the left behind the trail sign that goes up to the top where you are rewarded with a 360 degree view and can see Mount Washington on a clear day. The trail to the right of the trailhead sign is a bit harder but takes you right to the fire tower. Keep going past the fire tower (there is a trail to the right of the tower but we take the one past the fire tower. Trail is marked by cairns)and the trail will take you up to the summit for the beautiful views of the area.
Fun and easy little hike. Suggest taking the trail beyond the tower to the second summit. That trail is not blazed, but marked by cairns. The loop of that is a bit confusing to find.
Worth the extra little walking.
Love hiking during the fall. The view at the top is amazing!! Did it before, during and after pregnancy with the baby (in a carrier).
pretty easy but enjoyable hike. the trees are gorgeous and the views arent bad!
What a view! My dog loved it as much as I did.
Again great hike to bring your dog along.