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Marlena Delaney reviewed Ammonoosuc Rail Trail
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Hiking

Flat fun easy scenic walk

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Hiking

Nice trails. buggy, rain showers start of hike

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Shane Cox reviewed Thompson Forest Trail Loop
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Hiking

It was a pleasant walk with the dog. The picnic area is a nice thing by the river.

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HikingBugsGreat!Muddy

after an early rain my bride and I and Yeti did the Harris cabin loop. I consider this more of an easy hike than moderate. ***tip*** if you do the Harris trail loop to get back to the Moose mtn AT trail remember this. there is a gate at an intersection where the Harris trail goes straight. DO NOT GO Straight. go right up the hill. you will not see any markings or signs however continue up what appears as a road. you will see a camper and a porta potty up ahead but the trail does not go to it. keep going up the road and at the top is the intersection for the AT. after the rain there were some muddy spots only a couple of small tree tops down in the trail. nice view at top of South peak. on the way down started getting a little buggy. it is a fun loop but you can save a little back tracking turning right at the gate. there are several trails off the AT but marked well.

Brett Johnson reviewed Plummer's Ridge Trail
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Hiking

A little overgrown but easy trail.

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HikingGreat!

Nice hike cool weather no bugs very little mud what more can you ask for. Water falls, beaver ponds and a well maintained trail! The trail is more like 12 plus miles R/T.

Meg Cameron reviewed Thorne Pond Trail
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Walking

This is a nice little walk with lovely views. Bit short though, and pretty overgrown in summer.

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Hiking

I’m a 47 year old man who is in decent shape and relatively new to hiking. I thought today’s hike was a little challenging. I took the advice of other posters and climbed up the ski trail. This was steep but manageable. At the cabin at the top there is a broken view of Mt. Washington and if you follow the short path there’s a great spot to have lunch and appreciate the view looking out towards Maine. After lunch I hiked over to the south summit where there was another amazing unobstructed view of Mt. Washington. I descended down the New Trail and was very thankful I had on a great pair of hiking boots and wasn’t pressed for time. The trail was very steep and there were a lot of loose rocks, large and small. When I came out onto the road I had to walk another 7-8 minutes to the parking area. The total distance was 4 1/4 miles from start to finish and the total time was 3 1/2 hours including a 1/2 hour lunch break. I only saw 2 other groups the entire time I was hiking. The weather was perfect and there were no bugs until the very end and even then they weren’t bad. I’d advise making sure you have decent hiking shoes and would recommend ascending via the ski trail. Definitely worth it but not easy.

Cindy Links-Fagan reviewed Thorne Pond Trail
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Hiking

Pond trail was nice and easy although narrow in spots. Many trails off of it that were not well marked at all.

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Hiking

Easy hike or bike .

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Elflako Garcia reviewed WOW and Winni Trail
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Hiking

Trails is super nice

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Hiking

Easy walk through the woods- perfect if you’re looking for something to clear your mind that isn’t too strenuous

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Megan Brown reviewed Gonic Trails
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HikingGreat!

First time recording these trails, but I’ve done them a lot! Always a great time and amazing to take the pups on - they can even cool down in the falls

Shelli L. reviewed Midstate Trail (NH/MA/RI)
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HikingOver grown

Been hiking the Midstate in overnight sections this Summer and it’s so scenic and secluded especially during the week. My favorite part is that the trail changes so much between wooded areas, meadows, along streams and back roads. July was particularly buggy because of all the wetlands.

Jivan Galper reviewed Midstate Trail (NH/MA/RI)
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Hiking

Damn not mt fav. Glad to have it tho!!

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Christy Paquet reviewed WOW and Winni Trail
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Hiking

What a beautiful trail!! Great for walking, running, and bicycling.

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Mel Robertson reviewed Gonic Trails Long Loop
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Walking

Great trail but part of it’s closed right now due to construction so I didn’t have to do the whole 4 miles

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Steven Brook reviewed Plummer's Ridge Trail
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Hiking

Easy woods trails . Well managed woodlot. River views from some trails. I will be snowshoeing here this coming winter.

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Kavya Rani reviewed Cheshire Rail Trail
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HikingGreat!

Some parts of trail are not maintained. But it offers well maintained paths near by the city. Parts of the trail which run through the city have are high traffic. But if you come to the outskirts of the city, traffic is moderate. We mostly hike the trail that goes from Whitcomb Mills Road to Dickson road, which is low to medium traffic, well shaded and well maintained. We love this trail.

Kavya Rani reviewed Ashuelot Rail Trail
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HikingGreat!

We hiked this trail two weeks back. It’s really great hike, pet friendly and kid friendly too. Traffic is high, bugs are moderate.

Tess Gallagher reviewed Fundy to South Ridge Summit Trail
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HikingBugs

Great trail. Easy to moderate for the most part with a steep section at the end to get to the views. Once at the water tower, poke around past it, there are nice big rocks to enjoy lunch on away from the crowd. Note: The directions to this trailhead have you starting at the Boat Launch, not the main parking lot

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HikingBugs

Very flat and well marked. The first bit isn’t the most interesting, but it’s totally worth it to get to the ponds and into the woods. Definitely bring bug spray!

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Hiking

Would recommend going to the cliff once hiking to the summit.

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HikingRocky

Rocky and a bit buggy but great trail. There is a road for .8 miles and then into woods. View of Mt Monadnock from the top of Temple Mtn.

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Kim Baker reviewed Cotton Valley Rail-Trail
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RunningGreat!

Nice flat heavily trafficked trail. Need to watch your footing at times as old rail ties still remain. Beautiful water, mountain and forest views. A few bridges too, which are always fun!

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