Weetamoo Trail Via Piper Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Albany, New Hampshire that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length4.7 miElevation gain1,437 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingWalkingRunningForest
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Shaelyn Sauvola
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Snow shoes helpful in some sections

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Brian Ray
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Jackie Mombourquette
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Only giving this 3 stars for 2 reasons: the main being that there are little to no views if you just do this trail. You would either have to continue another 2 miles to Mt. Chocorua or go off trail on the Hammond route to make it over to Bald Mountain. The views are worth it over on either but we honestly wouldn’t have found Bald mountain without the snow tracks from previous hikers. Second reason would be the fact that the parking lot isn’t plowed, at least not well. Please make sure you have a larger car & AWD. The hike was still definitely enjoyable and a consistent incline which gets the heart rate up at least.

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Michael Tierney
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Challenging trail for a new hiker. There were some snow and ice spots, so spikes would have come in handy. Well marked beautiful trail

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Emily M
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11/22 - Very few people. Two other cars in lot at 7 am. No ice until ~2800 ft. Had to butt slide a bit down from Third Sister. No herd path to Blue Mtn, but there is a jar on a tree at the summit. White ledge had very slippery leaves going up and down. Do not recommend doing Chocorua and White ledge on the same day, because the Chocorua views will rival everything else. I also wish I had worn trail runners instead of winter boots.

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Ansel Barnum
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Spectacular views from a windy summit.

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Mike Buckland
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We were looking for a fun loop hike near North Conway. Chocorua has lots of options, but this variation made for a good challenge and a solid day out. Great trail conditions, windy on top, but nothing too crazy. 9 out of 10. Great views all day long.

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Steven Wald
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Dave NH
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kristen sciacca
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Windy up top!

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Maurice -io
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Robert Krüger
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Amy Mags
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A few intimidating spots given the wet condition but otherwise beautiful and great! Lots of variation

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Scott Behner
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Wet rocks that were slippery so slow going. Fogged in but sunshine popped out later with imminent cold front.

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Nicholas Cox
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While this hike was generally enjoyable (moderate to strenuous), there was no view at the top. The pictures on this app were misleading. When you hike this trail, please hike 15-20 minutes on the trail to the right of the weetamoo / piper sign. You’ll come across an outlook to the right that is worth it - the view is great.

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Sarah Saaristo
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no views @ the top of weetamoo trail, go to the right towards chocoruca for 10-15 min & there is an outlook!

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James Gagne
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Joey Morrissette
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Brooke User
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Absolutely loved this trail. Remember to bring $5 for the trail fee. When you get to the end of the trail, go left and follow that trail for about .25 miles. When you get to the 3 small boulders take the small trail to the left behind them. There will be another small trail to the right but the view isn’t great from there. When you come to the main opening, you will know because you will see breathtaking views and Mt Chocorua will be to your left. I’m not sure exactly how long it took to get to the view after the trail ended, but I’d guess it was under 15 minutes.

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Fredoo Rico
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Great loop, some technical sections/scrambling, amazing views. Ran it in 2h10min

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Steve Merz
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it was a great day to hike on the trail. Clear skies. All Views 360s were wonderful. Trail was wet from a little rain but easily hikeable. It was crowded so people were good and observed social distancing. Went counter clockwise.

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Mark Freeman
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Andy Martens
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Andrew H
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Kevin M
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Jeff Kellner
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Kevin M
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Roberta Fretz
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I had a bicycle accident in July and injured my shoulder and since my hiking backpack weighs 15+ lbs I was looking for a more moderate NH hike. This fit the bill! The Piper Trail starts as a wide, soft trail with a slight incline. At the intersection, stay to the left onto Weetamoo Trail. There is a pretty stream crossing. Watch for a yellow rectangle on a tree on the other side so you know you are crossing in the right spot. For the next mile, the trail is more steep. After that it increases in steepness again and remains at that incline for the majority of Weetamoo Trail. It is a shady trail with dappling sun and feels open. When you arrive at the end of Weetamoo trail take a left onto Hammond Trail. About 1/5 mile on Hammond Trail you will arrive at a widening of the trail with three large boulders. From the trail, facing the boulders you want to search around on the other side of the boulders for a narrow trail. It isn't on All Trails so don't bother looking for it. Follow this trail to the end and you won't be disappointed. It ends at a large, open, ledge area with a full 180 degree vista. You have arrived at Bald Mountain! We had the spot to ourselves for the entire time we were there. We had a full view of the top of Mount Chocorua. We saw only 4 people the entire hike! In total it was 5.6 miles with an combined elevation gain of ~1400'. There were NO bugs and NO mud and NO scrambles. Safe to do alone.

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Kelsey HS
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Someone had posted pictures here of mt. Chuchura so that’s what we thought we were going to. The trail ends at a junction with no view. We ended up looking at our maps and bushwhacked until we found the top of bald mountain. Was so pissed.

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Connor Gullifer
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