Lost River Gorge Trail is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Woodstock, New Hampshire that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until October.

Length0.6 miElevation gain170 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestRiverViewsWildlifeNo dogs
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There is a fee to enter this area.

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Becca Bonin
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Julia Cornett
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Dylan Moye
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Justin Dodson
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Michael Bourgoin
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robyn coccia
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Bill Stav
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Excellent trail with many caves which my 10 year old daughter fully enjoyed. Fantastic views and can geek out over how the glaciers formed the area. Super beginner trail for kids to get them motivated.

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HikingFee

Lots of stairs, but well worth it. Great views, caves to explore, and just an overall awesome experience for a family. Take note that there are admission fees, and as with many activities during COVID, there are limitations on the number of tickets sold for time slots throughout the day.

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Megan Gee
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My kids (6 and 10) loved this place. Their favorite part was the caves. I loved the little waterfalls, views and the big waterfall. The kids loved the mining for gems at the end which is extra $.

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Molly Mathieu
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Hiking

What a fun day exploring the caves!

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Shawn Adjutant
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Hiking

Fun for the kids. Some of the caves were closed due to water levels. Had a great time!

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Donovan Plante
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Hiking

This one is so much fun (if you’re small and skinny - I am, lucky me). The trail is man made the whole way through, very safe, easy to walk through, and railings everywhere. The caves on the other hand are tight, and small. Great for kids, I’m only 5’6” and 160lbs and I had to belly crawl, and squeeze my body through some of the tightest spaces. I loved it, but walked away dirty and wet.

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Dawn Limauro
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Hiking

Nice trail with a pretty waterfall. In the summer it’s highly trafficked with tourists.

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Paige Michele
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Hiking

So fun to hike in the snow. Returned to this falls almost 10 years after first going here on a high school class trip. The snow Made it more of a hike than a scenic trail as we were definitely burning a bit of a sweat. Would definitely recommend if you’re looking for a hike that isn’t going to be dangerous in snowy weather. We saw ice climbers scaling frozen waterfalls in blocked off “experiences ice climbers only” (we did not explore those parts due to the fact that we do not ice climb) Had a nice little valentines trip to the Ice castle and also did this hike. The Lincoln area is great. Would definitely hike again!

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Rock S
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Hiking

This is more of an adventure than a hike - easy to do and fun to try the little adventures on the way

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Maureen Poirier
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what a place

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Clifford D. DeSouza
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Hiking

absolutely amazing. love the walk ways and all the little caves you can go into and explore.

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Joe Matys
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Hiking

21 per person, well maintained decking trail. great for kids

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Bruce Chinchin
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Très original, tout au long de la balade, de nombreuses petites grottes dans lesquelles il faudra parfois ramper, de jolies cascades, un parcours très bien entretenu.

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Cássia Couto
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Hiking

I went to Lost River last May with my 8-year old and we/she loved it! It makes for a great family day trip!

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Mckenna Meadows
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Hiking

It was really fun! Kid friendly and many good photo opportunities. Lookouts do you can get a good look of the mountains and area around you. The trails were moderate and mostly wood and good for people that like hiking but don’t want to be challenged to much. The caves were awesome, but you might want a flashlight. Some of the caves have tight crawling spaces and wet but it was still a good experience. I definitely recommend this trail to anyone who loves hiking!

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Brandon Meadows
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The kids and adults loved it, it was a different experience going through all the nooks and crannies.

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Paul DelSignor
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Hiking

This is a great hike to see some really nice stuff without a lot of effort! Me and my wife love it!

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Miriam Vigo
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Hiking

A must do picturesque from beginning to end. Love New Hampshire!

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Lindsey Charbonneau
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Hiking

The free trail is closed due to a fire last year and the paid trail does not allow dogs

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Cassandra Bennett
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Walking

Great walk with kids who loved the caves. Pricey admission but well maintained and beautiful.

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Roger Leary
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fun easy beautiful

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