White Ledge Loop Trail

EASY 7 reviews

White Ledge Loop Trail is a 4.5 mile loop trail located near Conway, New Hampshire and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round.

4.5 miles
1440 feet

kid friendly



Directions from Conway, NH: Travel south on SR 16 about 5 miles passing through the tiny burg of Albany. The trail is accessed from two locations: White Ledge Campground or Pine Knoll Camp which is .5 miles northeast of the campground on SR 16. An old road serves as a link between SR 16 and White Ledge Loop Trail.

9 days ago

Nice views and a good hike, but the mosquitos were brutal. Like other reviewers, I was happy to have the app to confirm where I was going when the trail was poorly marked.

29 days ago

Nice trail. Easy to get to. Went Memorial Day weekend. Bring bug repellent. Very pretty views at the top. Agree with previous review that more yellow markers are needed and App confirmed we were still on the trail.

2 months ago

We rate this hike as "moderate" for some steeper rocky stretches (see topo map) during our early spring hike. There is a definite shortage of yellow trail blazes in some sections - we were glad we had this app to confirm we were still on the trail! Views approaching, and on, the ledges are great!

2 months ago

6 months ago

9 months ago

I would considerate it moderate in difficulty. 1 1/2 hours up - 1 down, fairly steep in places. Nice hike.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Beautiful trail and views, a great hike! We only encountered 1 other hiker on the trail but saw a black bear foraging for blueberries at the top and a large porcupine on the way down...amazing.