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

Manchester, New Hampshire Map
5 days ago

Easy trail with very little elevation change. Trail is flat, wide and well maintained. Lots of people out and about walking the trails. Rocks & tree roots are spray painted florescent so to lessen trips. Dogs are allowed on the trails but Must be leashed, not all dogs you’ll encounter are friendly.

1 month ago

It is a very beautiful trail but be very careful as you may get lost. I went at twilight thinking it would be a quick 1 mile hike and ended up getting lost in the dark because of all the intersecting trails.

it was a good walk. i would go back.

1 month ago

the weather was bad way to hot and humid. the bugs were attacking like crazy

1 month ago

There was a lot of poops in the middle of the trail and trash left around. I wish people would clean up after themselves! Otherwise this is a beautiful trail.

super easy, fun, I wish there were a few more trash barrels to throw things away, but overall beautiful.

4 months ago

Love doing this one with my 4 year old. Enough to see, curves and fun little bridges to keep her excited and it’s just long enough before she is ready to play at the park

Short easy “hike.” Closer to a a simple walk in the park, as opposed to a hike. We’ve done a couple times with our dog. It is a good path for walking a dog. The path is clear and wide. You can see some ducks in the pond that you walk around. The only reason I gave it 4 is because it was too short to be a hike by my definition. Just a personal preferences

Loops are tons of fun AND lots of markers!

6 months ago

Nice easy trail that doesn't take long to complete.

Great short trail in Manchester! We saw turkeys, wood peckers, and other various birds. Definitely would go back again.

7 months ago

easy small walk. comfortable going alone. trail follows pond

8 months ago

Easy trail, well marked

very rough trail. not well marked. Easy to get lost.

10 months ago

too rough, not well marked, no clear path. easy to get lost.

Easy trail, high traffic..great for dog walkers with a leash. A mile loop. Nice path for runners and bikes.

I went in October and it was peaceful and very beautiful Im gonna check out each trail 1 a week bcuz I go on Saturday mornings at 7am I love it

trail running
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Great trail, went for a run, the terrain is a little rough to sprint but as long as you're paying attention it's definitely easy enough to jog the whole way through. Got lost one time but I might have missed the small trail sign, and was able to find my way back on track after about 8 minutes.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

it is beautiful and just a simple loop but so nice and plenty to do in the area

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

A mile loop around a pond with bridges and groomed paths. Super easy and family friendly.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

best park to have locally. great to run and get in an amazing workout

Thursday, August 10, 2017

This trail was booty

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Always awesome

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Bring bug spray!!!!

Friday, June 23, 2017

First time visiting this trail. Easy trail to hike and you have the Cedar Loop and Rhododendron Loop off this trail as well. I came just feet from a deer that crossed the trail. We startled each other. A truly magical moment. Bring some bug spray!!!

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Be prepared. I would take water and some sort of energy bar. It was very difficult to follow, it doesn't tell you which way is out. You have three different colors they seem to intertwine with each other. Very easy to get lost. Parts of the trail was very difficult.

Sunday, June 04, 2017

Fantastic trail

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

This was a nice trail to walk

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Great kid friensly walk. Trail markers are visible and eastly to follow. My 6 year old had a blast.

Sunday, October 02, 2016

Beautiful cedar trees about halfway into the hike. Some of the Red Cedars are quite large at
60 -100ft.
A good hike with a few small hills that allowed me to exert some energy and get little exercise on a wet and soggy afternoon when otherwise, would have kept me indoors. But one other thing that made this an appealing jaunt is the fact that it is practically in our backyards. Being just off of 293N and Hackethill Rd. on the Hooksette / Manchester border, it's only minutes away from the city.
There aren't any scenic views to speak of from the hike however, it is quite peaceful. With lots of birds and wildlife abound ;a small stream winds through and trails that bring you over them, there is a steady quiet that exists here.
Thank you.

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