Pitcher Mountain Trail is a 0.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Stoddard, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers 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.
dogs on leash
Easy, scenic, panoramic views, and I'll have to do it again sometime.
Short but amazing views at the top along with thousands of wild blueberries if you happen to hike during blueberry season.
Great quick hike. If you go during blueberry season you will have a pretty amazing treat awaiting you at the top.
Fast and Quick. One of the easiest hikes to some of the best views.
Great view for such a short, easy hike.
Awesome short hike, great for kids. excellent views. But there is an electric fence running along the trail and it is not marked as electric. The puppy with us touched the fence with his nose. Other than that this is a great half day adventure.
Fast and easy with an amazing view. We took our 2 year old and he was fine. I had to pick him up quickly for a couple spots, and hold his hand a bit on the way down. Otherwise, easy for any age.
Great hike for a group w/ a 5 and 8 yr old plus their pregnant mother due in less than a week!
Nice trail, not too bad of a climb even for me and I am pretty out of shape. Great views! Was up and down in about 40 minutes
I live near by took a hike thru it and liked a lot. You see two trail one going to the Pitcher mountain the other is Monadnock Sumapee Greenway it goes to Wahington NH. I took the second trail. It takes like 3hrs the most in the hike. If you follow it you see two other trial on your right leads back to tower or Pitcher Mountain. After Awhile you see a Bluebarries field sign. You will see four way intersection left leads to blueberries field right goes to Washington NH. The straight trail is Monadnock Greenway it intersect the trail again. The right one goes for awhile then it hits a snowmobiles trail. If you go straight up the hill it end up a small pond where you have to keep right of the pond until you see a trail again. Then you will find intersection it will tell you left Marlow right Washington and Hillsboro NH the name of it is Jefts road and Monadnock Greenway trail truns left on Jefts Raod then you meet snowmobile trail and it is called Kings Highway. If you follow the snowmobile you will be on Kings Highway road right goes Hillsboro and Stoddard NH. Left Washington NH and a farm.