Blueberry Mountain Trail is a 4.9 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.

4.9 miles
1,325 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly


cross country skiing


nature trips


trail running




wild flowers




1 month ago

Hiked with my 6 and 10 year old.

As of 9/1/18

Long Pond Rd is washed out and you will have to park at the end of it before the gate.

Fairly easy hike. Most of the trail is free of rocks and roots which will speed you up greatly. Peak is hard to find. If you get to the large Cairn you've gone to far. Head back and almost to the last clearing you will see small trail that heads towards a large square boulder. The peak is up there.

Also this mountain really lives up to its name. There are a lot of blueberries on the way up. Peak had minimal views but a really good clearing towards Moosilaukee. The only good views the whole hike are towards the east and directly at Moosilaukee.

We only saw one other hiker the entire trip. Makes it feel really desolate.

5 months ago

FYI that High Street is not marked as such. There is a sign for Glencliff House - take that right (it's High Street on the map, but not at the street). If you get to the Glencliff Trailhead (toward Moosilauke), you went just a bit too far. Long Pond Road is on the left and not marked by name, but there is brown trail sign. A short distance on that road, there is a gate for Long Pond Road. If the gate is closed, it's only .5 miles to the Blueberry Mountain Trailhead on the left. Great hike - very easy footing. Some rock slides for the last half mile on top, but not too steep and amazing views. The leg to the summit is easy to miss. There is a large rock in the middle of the trail on top, turn to the right and follow the path to the summit. No views from there, but there is a very small area to sit. No shade on a sunny day for the top third of the trail, so carry sunscreen. I enjoyed this trail a lot. Easy footing all the way and gorgeous views.

8 months ago

Great snow shoeing, hard to follow trail near the top

Monday, October 16, 2017

Did the White Cairne Trail to the Blueberry Ridge Trail, then came down the Shell Pond Trail to the Stone House Trail - 4.1 miles total. It was a nice hike on a Sunday morning while in the area. There were better views on the way up than there were at the top, but the top offered a nice little loop overlook trail, and there were plenty of areas for groups to sit without being on top of one another. There is a small parking lot about a half mile from the trailhead, but most people parked along the road. As others have mentioned, you need to walk down Long Pond Road a bit before getting to the trailhead, but it's a nice field area with a rock/dirt road.

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

I am a true novice as this is my first significant hike. I went up from the Page Rd. side. the beginning (first 1/2 mile or so) is not too bad as you walk along old logging road at a steady incline, however once you hit the trail (which isn't marked as good as one would hope being new at this hiking thing) it narrows and climbs steadily up for the next mile or so. When my Fitbit read that I'd reached 2.18 miles I was almost ready to quit thinking this is far from easy! However I pushed on for another .82 miles if narrow pathway of roots, mud, water and rocky terrain to the summit! I personally would call this a moderate hike not easy. However I am 50, overweight and haven't really hiked much at all. I do walk trails daily, between 3-5 miles so I'm not completely out of shape. Anyway, I made the summit and the views were beautiful. I will do this hike again and hope to not have to stop and rest as much. A note of caution, the last 1/3mile is very slippery due to the steady stream of water running along the rocks.

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Amazing swimming hole @ rattlesnake pool along the hike

Friday, June 16, 2017

Great little hike. Just an FYI long pond road is gated on rt 25 and it's a .6 mile walk uphill to the trail head (adds about 250 ft) Haven't tried the ascent from Page Rd yet but that could be alternative. June 2017

Saturday, January 28, 2017

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.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

I hiked this over summer and it was pretty enjoyable. There was white moss everywhere on the trail and saw so many newts!

Thursday, August 04, 2016

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.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

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).

Friday, June 24, 2016

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.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

looked for the trail not marked at all, directions bring you to someone's driveway.

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Nice easy trail with rewarding view at the top. Great hike for kids.

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