South Uncanoonuc via Link Trail and Summit Trail

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Goffstown, New Hampshire

South Uncanoonuc via Link Trail and Summit Trail is a 2.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Goffstown, New Hampshire that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length2.5 miElevation gain639 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Kerrie Salka
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Ice is gone, mud is minimal. Trail is very uneven, don't drag your feet--haha. Note: Link Trail is blazed with blue, but loggers have also marked trees with blue spray paint along the trail.

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Jeff Brodeur
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Mark S
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Perfect conditions. Walked up with the head lamp, saw the sunrise over the city and walked back out

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Kevin Hallenbeck
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Beautiful wooded hike. Some logging happening near the lower trails.

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Matthew Hajduk
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Icy spots

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Gail Goodman
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Jim Brown
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Dylan McGuinness
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Stephanie Miskell
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Not too icy, micro spikes made it much easier

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Ben Jackson
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Icy

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Beth Gage
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Mark S
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hunting for the northern lights, no luck. not enough northern views and too much manchester light pollution

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Melanie Coughlin
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Danielle Becker
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The trails need to be marked better!

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Dylan McGuinness
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Mitchel Soederberg
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Great loop if you're looking for a longer (half-day) hike. Good views on both peaks.

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David Hurd
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It was a nice after-work-at-home hike to do. About the 5th time that I have hiked these two hills. No bugs and very little mud, considering the rains that we just had.

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Beka Raven
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Shannon Rouvel
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Great trails not a good view towers at the top.

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Bethany-Rose Daubman
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Chose this trail as our foster dog’s first foray into hiking. It was great for her, not too steep or too many rock scrambles, but good exercise and some nice views at the summit.

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L G
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We did this as a loop and opted to take the Kenlaw and Taber Trails up and the Summit Trail down. This made for a nice loop that provides a little longer of a hike than the typical route to the summit of South Uncanoonuc. After you have been on the Kenlaw Trail for 0.5 miles, you will come across a junction with the Kenlaw Trail and the Taber Trail. The sign for the Taber Trail indicates 0.6 miles to Summit Road - follow the Taber Trail to Summit Road and then either cross the road to go to the Boston-facing viewpoint, or go down the Summit Trail to the viewpoint facing North Uncanoonuc.

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Dawn Beale
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easy fun trail!

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Erik Bertrand
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L G
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Always a great, quick hike. Be aware that there is still ice on the trail. You may want spikes or some sort of traction. It isn't icy the whole route, but there are some significant patches still.

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Ben Jackson
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L G
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Parked at the lot off Mountain Road at 10am - no one else in lot. Did this is as possibly the last hike of the Uncanoonucs without snow. Trail was dry with some minor spots of ice partly hidden by leaves, although all were easily avoidable. Ground was very solid. No snow, though that will change with the upcoming storm. No traction needed on Sunday.

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Christine Muir
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