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Lovequist Loop and Falls Pond is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Conway, New Hampshire that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.5 mi Elevation gain 429 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Forest

Lake

River

Views

Waterfall

Wildlife

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Reviews (144)
Photos (139)
Recordings (89)
Completed (250)
Mark Girouard
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Hiking

Having not hiked for quite some time it was great.

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Shane McGee
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Backpacking

Pretty nice trail around the lake. Did the short Lovequist Loop only and went swimming with my 7 and 4 year old. They liked the quick hike and swimming reward. Lots of roots, nothing steep, a couple muddy spots, but mostly nice and dry on this day.

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Joao Laranjeira
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HikingOver grown
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Connie Cook
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HikingFee

Very pretty and easy trail. Bugs were not bad. Trail is clearly noted and easy to follow for beginners like us

Daryl Jaeger
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I did the small loop around the pond with wife, kid and small dog. Not much signage (not that it's required). very easy hike over the pine needles. not many bugs, and what trees had been downed have been taken care of. next time I'm doing the larger loop.

Juhi Dagli
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Hiking

Wooded with a soft pine needle bed loop around a large pond. Easy and is attached to the Rocky Gorge where you can swim. So you could kids during a quick lunch hike or early morning hike.

Rafael S.
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HikingBridge outBugsFeeMuddy
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Matt Lyles
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BugsMuddyOff trailWashed out

Do not attempt the loop to the right past the pond without total body coverage from mosquitoes, flies, and ticks. It was recently logged in the last couple years and is pretty grown up and easy to lose track of the trail. The muddy areas have biblical proportions of mosquitoes and flies. The Rocky Gorge and Lovequist Pond loop are very nice and scenic.

Francesca Messina
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grownWashed out

We love this trail and hike it frequently with our two children (5 & 5 month). Today it was extremely buggy - a large quantity of mosquitoes. It was also muddy and washed out in some parts, which is expected for spring hiking. We did not complete it today because we were attacked by the mosquitoes. Still a fantastic trail.

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Andrew Schroeder
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HikingFloodedMuddyOff trailOver grownWashed out

Absolutely one of the worst conditioned trails I have ever been on. Trees down, extremely muddy, trail markers where a stream is . Had to go off trail 40% of the time to avoid deep mud, streams and downed trees. I would not recommend this trail until it has been properly maintained and marked.

Francesca Messina
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Hiking

We love this trail, we do it frequently! It’s one of our favorites, easy for small children and pets.

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Francesca Messina
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Hiking

We love this Loop! Great trail for families with small children.

Francesca Messina
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HikingFloodedIcyMuddyOver grownWashed out

Very wet, we had two kids with us and it was a lot of mud! We did not complete the full trip. Did about 1/3. I forgot to turn off my recording at the end a sorry!!

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