Looking for a great trail near Lincoln, New Hampshire? AllTrails has 82 great hiking trails, running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Franconia Notch State Park or Mount Washington State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like White Mountain National Forest or West Rattlesnake Natural Area. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 42 hard trails in Lincoln ranging from 5 to 41.8 miles and from 1,164 to 6,286 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
icy
scramble
snow
1 day ago

Great day and hike, blue skies at the top, weather was perfect. We hiked up north and came down south. The snow from Monday had covered the trail and it was poorly marked between north and south peaks, the path we followed from a previous hiker lead us off trail twice and it was a little hard/snowy and our legs plunged deep into the snow, but we used alltrails gps and got back to the trail. Overall a great.

hiking
snow
2 days ago

Gorgeous morning, shed all layers except t-shirt. Uses micro spikes only on the way down to navigate a small amount of icy rocks toward the top. Views were outstanding. Just a great hike for a small break in the day to get away from news feeds!

hiking
blowdown
icy
snow
3 days ago

Hiked this past Sunday. Great views with minimal wind. Went up South and down North. South was very steep. Our dog slid a few times but was okay. Slid on our butts most of the way down North. Spent a decent amount of time on both summits. Took around 5 hours to hike.

hiking
icy
snow
3 days ago

Went up south first, a little dicey with 3 dogs, but we all made it. Spikes required. Despite being snowed in and no view at the top it was a beautiful walk :)

hiking
3 days ago

We went up flume first, it was tough. I would bet it is easier than going down. Check out my full write up along with pictures and things to look out for. eastcoasthiker.com/trails/flume/

This was my second 4000+ footer in winter conditions. I had on microspikes the whole way, although I saw two people without them. It was very easy the first mile in a half, and then it got pretty steep. Definitely a butt kicker! I wouldn't recommend butt-sliding down unless you want to run into a tree or catapult off the mountain. I took my time down, and I'm definitely feeling the burn today. It was worth it for the views!

Excellent hike. Currently trail mainly packed down snow and ice. As advertised, flume is slow and steady until the last stretch which is very steep. I would not try to go up flume without micro spikes or go down it at all in its current conditions. The steepness is real and brutal on the legs but it’s not that long. A good workout. Nice views on top of both mountains.

Microspikes the whole way -- went around the chimney. Other than that not too icy. Perfect weather today -- many people out. Would be well protected from the winds most of the way anyhow.

Microspikes the whole way today -- went around the chimney, other than that not too icy. Perfect weather today -- a lot of people out.

hiking
icy
5 days ago

Too icy without spikes so had to abort. Beautiful, though.

hiking
icy
5 days ago

Great with spikes - bit cold on our dogs feet but other dogs seemed to do just fine! Highly recommend right now!

hiking
icy
5 days ago

Great hike. Clear skies. Trax a must.

hiking
icy
snow
5 days ago

hiking
icy
6 days ago

Part of trail closed but great views. You have to bring the spikes. I did not have them and neither did the kids. We had a super fun day, but we made it so much harder without the spikes.

Some icy spots. Trax a must.

Fun hike up, had to go back down at haystack with ice flakes flying around all ice, very sketchy which I didn’t expect and 70mph winds made it even more sketchy just being a kid but other than that good views at haystack did the hike in like 3 hours 30 minutes! I do not recommend doing this hike in the winter if your a kid. You will get blown of the mountain with high winds and ice everywhere!

still a lot of snow on the trail. need microspikes for sure, steep but beautiful

hiking
icy
7 days ago

Easy hike. Very icy. Some enchanting views.

hiking
icy
muddy
rocky
snow
washed out
7 days ago

Use spikes, recommend trekking poles, very difficult with snow as of this post.

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