Ceda-T Trail

EASY 16 reviews

Ceda-T Trail is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Charlestown, New Hampshire that features a lake 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.

2.4 miles
383 feet

dogs on leash

kid friendly



mountain biking

nature trips


trail running


cross country skiing






wild flowers





old growth


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4 months ago

Very peaceful trail with minimal incline if your just looking for a nice loop. The brook runs most of the trail and allows for dogs to go swimming or take a quick drink. Perfect trail for a simple easy walk.

nature trips
5 months ago

This is a really nice trail to take a stroll on, follows a brooke. Lots of little waterfalls and wildlife, we saw a beaver. Well marked and easy to follow, defiantly recommended.

7 months ago

Nice trail cool stream an ponds

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Nice short hike and trail - well marked and seemingly lots of trail options. We scared up a Herron (and it startled us) or some other large bird in the brook that the trail follows.
I will say it's not easy to find trailhead if you haven't been there before. We drove past the turn twice and wouldn't have found it without this app. Wish I had brought the SUV instead of the Prius to make the turn into the parking lot but the Prius made it into the parking lot fine. We may not have entered front the best trailhead I'm not sure.

Friday, August 12, 2016

Love this trail. 1 mile, end to end, easy, clean, quite, no motorized vehicle. A pleasure to walk.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Awesome hike! Dog friendly

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Love this trail!

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Monday, October 13, 2014

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

This is a great area for light nature walking for all ages. A few things to know; plenty of parking, and if that one is full theres another one a quarter of a mile up the road on the same side but parking there is limited and far less busy That trailhead is my preference and is a small pulloff that dips down steeply to a flat gated area, pull in only as far as your vehicle will permit and use caution when reversing back to the road. At the first reservoir, don't bother crossing the damn, you will find yourself with wet feet and the realization that there is no trail at the end of it. If you bear right at the first reservoir and proceed across a wide footbridge to the second one, adorned with an old brick pumphouse, bear left at the junction and follow the CedaT signs to do a loop or continue straight to loop in the opposite direction. In that fashion you will want bear left and the second junction, and if you find yourself crossing the wooden, narrow, elevated footbridge, your nearly back to the main way point near the road.