Blueberry Mountain Trail is a 3.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Woodsville, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
If you plan a Winter hike to this location add aprox.2,5-3 miles to your total hike! Long Pond Rd is gated at the beginning so you would have to add that in as far as miles and time, was not happy.I will go back in Spring I'm sure, not a quitter.PS I did not want to add a star but I have to to submit this.
I hiked this over summer and it was pretty enjoyable. There was white moss everywhere on the trail and saw so many newts!
I went up the Glencliff side, and it was fairly easy. Two adults and three children were able to make it up in about an hour. The view wasn't as good as I was expecting it to be, but it was a nice trail with some wild berries along it. Don't follow the directions posted on here, they don't lead you anywhere close to where you want to be.
I took this trail from the Glencliff side to the summit and back the same way, so my review is based in that portion. But I didn't have signal for GPS so I couldn't map it. :(
This is a nice beginner hill. Not too steep, not too rocky. In fact, I saw two seniors and a child not more than 8 on this trail.
It could use some re-blazing. It's not too difficult to follow most of the time but when it opens up toward the top it's easy to have no clear idea where you're going. Also, if you plan on summing, watch carefully as you could easily walk right by the path to the summit pin.
Overall, not bad my expectations of the view had been overinflated. But an enjoyable outing with a quick descent (Took me 45 minutes from summit to car).
Nice hike, starts with moderate climb up logging road and then climbs a bit more steeply through woods to a fairly flat traverse across a shoulder and then up mostly on ledges, some of them open with views. Short side trails with views south and a great close up view of Moosilauke just below the summit. 0.1 mile side trail to summit with views. Continuing on to the north 0.3 miles to views of the Benton range and also into Vermont. Nice trail fairly easy to follow across the ledges, some of the yellow blazes are faded or missing but lots of cairns to mark the way. Several muddy areas, one of them quite deep north of the summit.
looked for the trail not marked at all, directions bring you to someone's driveway.
Nice easy trail with rewarding view at the top. Great hike for kids.