Blueberry Mountain Trail is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Woodsville, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. 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.

Length3.7 miElevation gain1,115 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCross-country skiingHikingSnowshoeingRunningForestViewsWildflowersWildlifeRocky
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Heather Anderson
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HikingGreat!

Hiked on 4/15 - Gate was still closed so clocked 5.5 miles from the Glencliff parking lot. Trail was in great shape! After today's snow it might take a bit to dry back out. Trail was very easy to follow (some disagree) and a very easy hike with decent views. Took my pup and I an 1:45 round trip. Love the slabs on the top half!

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Kevin Davis
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HikingGreat!

We hiked this on Saturday, 4/10. The gate on Long Pond Rd was still closed, but we parked on the side of the road as did several other cars. As others have noted, the trail isn't well marked but if you follow the combination of cairns and blazes you should be alright. This is a fairly easy trail to hike, nothing too steep and there aren't a lot of roots and rocks to stumble over. There are some granite slabs close to the summit that might be slippery when wet, but it was dry when we hiked it so we had no issues. We only had to sidestep a couple of muddy spots on the trail, and there was no ice left anywhere that we saw. It's still too early for the bugs to be out so we didn't have to worry about them either. There are nice views of Moosilauke and the surrounding ridges once you get close to the summit.

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Bob Rea
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Hiking

Very poorly marked. Snow starting to turn into mashed potato and found footing very difficult. snow bridges are giving way over water. bring extra dry socks!

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Mary Sargent
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SnowshoeingGreat!Snow

Long Pond road was closed so had to hike in to trailhead. We used snow shoes whole way but could have just as well used spikes. Great views of Mt. Moosilauke along the way. Not 100% sure we found the actual summit; no signs or other tells in sight. Snow squall rolled in with limited visibility so we went down. Snow got rather soft due to near 40F temps. Overall great hike though.

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Trish Poliquin
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Husband and I were first on trail since fresh snow; beautiful hiking with spikes but sure got mushy by early afternoon; logging road closed so needed to hike in extra distance to trailhead-gorgeous hike and views-easy compared to other 52WAV I’ve done

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nancy hall
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SnowshoeingGreat!

Hidden gem. Parked on the road just below and across from the Glencliff parking lot to Moosilauke (which was full++). Spent forever figuring out the actual trailhead because there was no sign for Long Pond Rd, but there was a hiker sign for other trails so were took a chance and walked up the logging road until we found it. We saw ONE other person the whole day. Trail was in pristine condition, maybe a 3 or 4 people had snowshoed it. We wore SS the whole way, but you could probably do it easily with just spikes now. Maybe the easiest of the 52's we've done (32/52). Can't wait to go back and do a traverse with a car spot.

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Craig Kimball
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Hiking

Awesome trail

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Catherine Valley
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HikingSnow

2/18/2021 Road closure added an extra 2 miles to the hike. Had to park 0.3 miles up the road and those last 0.3 miles up hill, were not fun. Total 5.5 miles It looked like I was the the 2nd person on the trail. I had to follow the exact footsteps of the gentleman who hiked before me. One half-step to the left or right meant sinking down to my shin or knee. No view today, but still a beautiful, winter wonderland hike.

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Jason Horowitz
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Edward Marland
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Leslie Fox
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Bia Hobi
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David Lebeau
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mary montesalvo
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Hiking

moderate trail, not much snow on trail but plenty of ice patches. Actually summit is a right spur off trail, good views of moodilauke

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Brian Ray
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Carly Sweeney
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HikingIcySnow

Trail was covered in wet, heavy snow, but it’s not deep at this point. Spikes help on the ledges towards the top. *The road gate is now closed so you will need to walk to the trail head.

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David Green
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HikingIcyMuddy

up and back today, some minimal ice made it slippery in places. Overall, the views were nice and the trail easy to follow. gate was open and was able to park in the trailhead parking lot on the east side. though there were 8 or 9 cars, so it was somewhat busy.

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Andrew Clarke
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Cindy Shoer
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Maybe I've become spoiled from these magnificent 52 WAV hikes. Very easy, short hike. Appreciated the cairns. The views left me wanting more. Wandered around the summit and then some, looking. It was cold and windy today. Road still open.

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Lynette Cornell
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Rachel Barrett
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ROGER MATTEAU
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ok trail mostly views of mt. moosulike peak a little confusing.

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Anna Bella
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Rebecca Sheehan
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HikingGreat!

Hiked this on Halloween. Snow off trail at higher elevation and a few navigable without spikes icy spots on rocks . View at summit which is off trail and unmarked but fairly obvious is lackluster but the views of Moosilauke and the Slide Ravine covered in snow from the last outlook before the summit is breathtaking and was fun to return to after exploring a bit on summit and past the summit . Easier hike , took 2:50 with about a half hour stop at lookout to sit in the sun and take in the view . Road was open so no walking the .7 to trail head . One car parked when we got there at 9:30 on Saturday but we never saw anyone until we were coming down around noon. Enjoyable uncrowded easy beautiful hike. Worth doing again in other seasons .

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Amy Chamberlain
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One of my favorite hikes I’ve ever done! The views are ok but they leave something to be desired. I’m not sure it’s worthy of a “52 with a view”, however the hike is super enjoyable! It has some characteristics of a challenge but also easy enough for a beginner. Lots of bald face rock so if you’re going in the winter you’ll probably need spikes. It was still clear on October 25, but was pretty chilly on the summit. There will be ice there soon. Once you’re close to the top keep an eye out for the cairns or piled rocks to the right to get to the true summit or you’ll walk right past it.

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Conor Rafferty
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Big Time
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The directions to the trailhead have been fixed. Fun easy hike. The summit to the right has a nice view of Mossilauke, but is mostly wooded. The trail to the left has some bare rock with minimal views to the north. Little bit of snow as elevation went up. But as of Sun Oct.18th, no need for snowshoes or spikes. Blaze On!

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