UNH Trail to Hedgehog Mountain is a 4.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Conway, New Hampshire that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until November.
Yellow blazes could've better marked. Other than that, awesome payoff for relatively easy hike. Great for dogs, older folks, kids, beginners. Many great views along the way. Few hazards, easy to get to, parking lot with $3 self pay fee, would definitely do again!
Took clockwise trail up. Great views from the ledge and summit!
This is a great trail. Use the east side of the loop when ascending. You'll want to linger at the ledges, where the view is much better, rather than at the summit. The climb is mild and great for younger kids. You could descend the east loop without summiting and it would be a great family hike.
Slight descent from the ledges and then a steeper ascent to the summit. The descent on the west loop is very steep. Look for a nice view of mt Washington as you descend.
All in all the view is fantastic for the rather moderate effort.
We did the loop counterclockwise and got lost a few times because there were not enough signs along the trail. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the spectacular views from the summit. Great workout as well!
Lots of cool ledges with great views. Trail markers hard to follow at times. I would recommend ascending from the east.
Unbelievable views of fall foliage, great family hike!
fantastic hike the views are fantastic. this would be a great hike in foliage.
Great hike ,great views, a nice workout for sure...
Beautiful hike, but quite long for the height of the peak. The East ledges are by far the best part.
Awesome hike, you do need to be in decent shape. A lot of literature said it was a good beginner hike but we (being in less than perfect shape) definitely struggled at times. Biggest thing I'll say that hasn't already been said, fear of heights will be a problem for some. My fiance is deathly afraid of heights and there's points where you will be just a few feet away from very steep drops in excess of 50 feet. I guess that's how ledges work.. Took us about 3 hours even with 2-3 small breaks.