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I live locally and like to take advantage of small gems like this trail and its objectives. treasure what you have locally and share with others.
a small group of friends can be out and back within two hours with a few megapixels of memories.

Took the south west trail parking was fine hiked to old Marlborough road trail was fine but nothing to see good walk with my wife wish we had taken the dogs.

Challenging trail run for the distance. Feels like you’re running uphill the whole time. But great midway pond with beautiful dam and waterfall. Very muddy trail with lots of bugs

The trail head location as provided by AllTrails did bring us to the right spot but there is no actual parking there. We ended up driving around to the other side onto Brown road and finding a pull off there that we were able to easily hike in to. The trail itself isn’t too glorious but the falls over the dam and walking down through the gorge was awesome. Possibly saw bear tracks down by the water.

The trail head was not that well marked and the trails were some what well marked. A easy little hike though with some amazing scenery. I definitely recommend wearing boots this time of year tho!

A beautiful hike, even though it’s a bit muddy and icy right now. Not too strenuous and has beautiful views.

Great trail, wide easy and beautiful.

Did this trail in November it was really fun didn't find any part difficult. Easy marked trails to follow. Beautiful scenery!

Beautiful trail! Well marked, quiet, and will definitely be walking it again!

A wide, well maintained trail (a part of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail) that allows two hikers to walk abreast with ease. Little elevation gain (300 ft at most). Howe dam is the start of the Liza-Adams Gorge and at that point there is a smaller trail that follows the gorge to another pond. Not a lot to see but it is a quiet and serene walk. The Spiltoir Shelter of the MSGT is on this trail as you head north from Route 101 (about 3/4 of a mile from 101). If you do the trail from Rt. 101 and add the gorge trail your distance is increased to about 3.8 miles.

Great little hike with a wide, and easy to follow path. Good, simple, in and out hike with some decent views at the gorge. Will be hiking it again!