Carter Ledge Trail

HARD 5 reviews

Carter Ledge Trail is a 6.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Conway, New Hampshire that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

6.4 miles
2762 feet
Out & Back




Directions from Conway, NH: Travel south on SR 16 about 5 miles passing through the tiny burg of Albany. Enter White Ledge Campground. The trail begins from the campground picnic area.

trail running
1 month ago

Certainly a challenge. First mile or so is solidly runnable, then turns to stop and go scrambling, and finally straight scrambling and bouldering. Double tack to single track to almost narrow deer trails. Hard but well worth the effort.

2 months ago

Overgrown so much that enjoying the area is limited, therefore the effort isn't worth it! We found the difficulty (not roots or muddy just rocky and steep without steps in sections) too challenging for the reward. In short, our group of 4 all agreed: skip this one.

We hiked 5/18, clear sky, high was in the eighties.

4 months ago

Deep slushy snow on the day we went. Didn't bring snowshoes so sank in up to the knee every 3rd step. Made for a long and tiring day- had to turn back before the top. Views beautiful along the way.

8 months ago

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Harder than expected but fantastic view