Explore the best hiking 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.

on Wapack Trail

hiking
8 hours ago

hiking
11 hours ago

The Flume was a beautiful, well groomed trail. We took a few of the longer side routes and hiked about 2.8 miles. The forest was lush and green filled with ferns and wildflowers. There was a nice long set of steps that hugged the canyon wall and allowed us to easily climb through the slippery slabs of rock. Loved the covered bridge and some of the scenic overlooks.

I loved this loop, great views, plenty of terrain variance. A few steep sections, hard for small kids or folks with bad knees. And at the Gunstock section the trail comes out at the chair lift. I will do it again with one of my daughters soon.

Good walk. Longer then we expected. We started at the upper falls and walked down. Pretty but the big negative was all the trash left behind at the upper falls, beer bottles, water bottles, chip bags. The roll of toilet paper floating in the water does not make you want to go in the water! We picked up bottles on our way back and put them in the trash can at the parking area! Wish the people who brought them in could have done that!

hiking
13 hours ago

Nice hike to get a little exercise and enjoy some views! Lots of blueberries to snack on, dogs loved the pond at the top, can't wait to go back!

Perfect hike. Views from the top are a must see.

hiking
15 hours ago

Planned on hiking Willey, Field, and Tom via the Avalon loop and misread the sign to Willard (starts at the same trail head). Ended up just doing Tom to get my husband's first 4,000 footer on the 48 4,000 footer journey. Having already hiked 3.2 miles on Willard, legs were a little tired by the time we hit the hardest parts of the Mount Tom trail. The trail had many roots and rocky spots with very steep inclines but with breaks it was manageable. We saw many people on the trail going to the Zealand Hut and met some really nice hikers along the way. Plan for a brief stop at the summit (not marked and small trail areas at the top to see moderate views). Saw on instagram later last night that the wild Grey Jay birds that you can feed from your hands, bummer we were too tired to feed bird rather than ourselves! Had a great Sunday within the Crawford Notch State Park!!

hiking
16 hours ago

We accidentally hiked Willard, we misread the sign and meant to hike Willey. Both trails start from the same location. Very surprised by how beautiful the trail was and the "light at the end" of the trail surprise with the amazing views of Crawford Notch area! It was a nice hike for 3.2 miles and saw hikers of all ages and abilities.

Start from Mt Morgan trail head if you find climbing up the ladders easier. Nice view of the lakes and the caves in Mt Percival are so much fun.

trail running
18 hours ago

Technical terrain, great hike up.. connects from little sugar loaf as well. About a 3 mile hike from little sugar loaf to bear mountain.

hiking
18 hours ago

What a great place to visit. I don't understand why this is rated as "hard" when I found it to be a leisurely hike. Highly recommended to visit.

hiking
19 hours ago

it was pretty, but as soon as you get to the great hill summit, it's sad to see all the trees be chopped down. However, still beautiful! caught a few frogs and a snake!

great hike, terrific views, trail is in good shape.

hiking
20 hours ago

Lovely place!!