Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in New Hampshire with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail running
6 days ago

Great on running snowshoes too.

Very scenic, especially in the fall, however it does get rather crowded on Columbus Day Weekend. Lots of great places to admire the views and hike.

Follows the old Sanbornville to Wolfeboro scenic railroad track. 12 miles one way.
Time it n time for lunch at Lino’s in Sanbornville.

2 months ago

I took a fast walk the entire trail in and out no extreme mountains, relatively flat, hiked before winter snow, real nice trail. I will return many more times, Jim Raymond.

Trail completed from downtown Wolfeboro to Wakefield as of 9/30/2017. 12 miles in one direction.

mountain biking
4 months ago

What a great trail! So beautiful!

5 months ago

Nice trail though can be a bit too much traffic for bikes.

mountain biking
5 months ago

Nice path and Wolfeboro is a fun town to start from. The path is a little crowded with pedestrians and a little narrow, so you need to be careful.

Beautiful ride. First time I’ve ridden this trial and I cannot wait to ride it again.

Nice local trail. Nothing to got out of your way to travel to.

scenic driving
5 months ago

If I’m reviewing the drive only - A couple wow stops and some moderate views but far less vistas than I had hoped. Better views to be found on the surrounding hikes.

5 months ago

Nice scenery....Trails were narrow at times...

Nice walk on dirt / gravel path along the lake and old railroad tracks. Great for biking or walking and offers very scenic views.

6 months ago

Loved the trail, plenty to see and also secluded.

road biking
6 months ago

Rode the trail from where it crosses Pine St. in West Swanzy north to Keen, just about 6 miles each way.

The trail surface is very good; crushed gravel. The only inconvenience is the occasional chipmunk hole. For some reason they are digging holes in the middle of the trail :-).

The scenery is nice, but nothing special for the region. There are a few views of the Ashuelot River on bridge crossings.

There is a new bridge for the trail that takes you over Rt. 101/12, so there is no longer difficulty with that crossing as noted in an earlier post.

All in all an enjoyable ride.

scenic driving
6 months ago

love it . exspeacialy go when sunsetting it so beautiful.

Great family trail, especially those with a pup! Just go with accurate expectations. This is less of a hike and more of a walk, but plenty to see and more to do downtown Wolfeboro either before or after your jaunt. Or, pack a picnic and spend some time at Albee beach along the way!

We drove all the way from Boston to hike here because it said it was dog friendly. When we arrived we were informed that dogs weren't allowed anywhere in the park. We went to Urban Forestry Center which was nearby and allowed dogs on leashes and had a great time.

Love this trail for a quick easy walk

Pretty hike with the pond but way too much broken glass. Not very safe for dogs

Love this pond! Wish more people would listen to the leash law though

6 months ago

Nice walk with view of the pond. Being an urban surrounded pond and walk, it was not always very clean. with visible trash along and just outside the path. Some nasty trash as well. Keep an eye open if bringing kids that like to pickup anything from the ground

mountain biking
7 months ago

Well maintained with fabulous views - a little heavy with foot and other bike traffic, but early in am is best

On my cruiser bike it takes me about an hour from Nashua to Ayer. Without stopping. Same on the way back. I feel it's slightly uphill going south, little downhill heading north. Love this trail!

scenic driving
8 months ago

What an amazing drive!! Made the trip the first weekend last October and although not quite at peak the foliage was blazed with color. Planning on making trip once again this fal...One of the top leaf peeping drives in America for sure!!

Love this trail. it is my favorite to go walk. Want get bike and ride it as well.

8 months ago

This would have been a nice nature walk if it weren't for the bugs. My wife and I both sprayed our exposed skin with bug spray but at the end of the day I had over 30 bites through my shirt.

This place holds so many memories for my family and I. My Father was stationed here in the forties when it was Fort Dearborn. In the seventies, us teens could get inside the "bunkers" and explore sub basements and everything else. Now I return often to backpack and show my grandkids the place.

9 months ago

Wonderful little getaway in Somersworth, NH. Short and sweet hike that is great for all skill levels. Wheel chair accessible and four legged friends are welcome. Just make sure they are on a leash! The trail is wide enough to bike on as well, and there are a bunch of exercise stations set up along the way. There are multiple pond entry points for canoeing and kayaking and a bunch of spots for fishing. There are some benches set up along the trail and some are in some really nice spots to take in the view of the 66 acre Willand Pond. The trail is smooth and shady and you will see a lot of squirrels and chipmunks. Get out and check it out!

Beautiful. Lots of trail options, not a lot of people crowding them.

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