Cherry Mountain Trail

MODERATE 10 reviews

Cherry Mountain Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Twin Mountain, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.

3.8 miles
1873 feet
Out & Back



mountain biking

nature trips




wild flowers

3 days ago

A fun quick hike with a steady ascent. Wooded summit. We found three of the four pylons from the old fire tower that used to be up her. Definitely make your way over to Owl head mountain for some great views.

24 days ago

Great view from the top! Definitely worth the climb up!

1 month ago

2 months ago

Starts moderate then steep at forest boundaries pipe-excellent for weekend as many non residents don't know about it- never busy -if you take the longer route park on old cherry Mr Rd longer but much easier than the basically straight shorter route( that's best for great cardio workout)

2 months ago

2 months ago

Great leg workout, fairly steep...the view is eh until you walk about 100 feet west and whoomp there it is. Great off the beaten path to avoid the tourists trek!

4 months ago

8 months ago

Hiked during the winter- twice. Steep and unforgiving regardless of whether you go in via Owl's head trail or Mt. Martha trail. Be prepared to get wet if it's during the spring as the trails are very soggy on the Owl's head side. Nice views, nothing spectacular given the hard work. I would rate as a difficult trail, not moderate.

11 months ago

Hiked from the south up the Cherry Mountain Trail on Sept. 7 and then across Martha's Mile to Owl's Head. Not much for views due to low clouds and the trail itself is a bit boring, straight and steady climb till you get to the ridge. Martha's Mile is a beautiful walk across a col with a couple of very challenging ledge scrambles to reach the views on Owl's Head (fabulous views when clear!) Climbed later from the North up the Owl's Head Trail and this was interesting and challenging, not much elevation gain in the first mile and then almost all of the 2000 feet of elevation gain in the last 1.3 miles. Nice hike through varied forest. Views and foliage were superb on October 11. Highly recommend climbing from the north and do not miss the chance to walk Martha's Mile. Nice views of mountains to the south from Crawford notch through Franconia Ridge and Canon.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Hiked and camped on summit