Explore the most popular rails trails 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.

Great news! Repairs to this trail have been complete for about a month now. Nearly all the areas in need of repair have been smoothed out the entire length. Many thanks to those responsible for the improvements.

This is no hardcore New Hampshire hike, however if you are looking for a hike in the woods without blazing a trail, this is a hood option. It's flat and straight but there are no real mountain views.

walking
11 days ago

Nice early morning walk, only a few dog walkers early. On the way back out lots more Sunday walk and dog traffic.

Awesome trail for all ages and abilities. Great views as well, but not really a hike more of a walk.

mountain biking
17 days ago

Definitely not a road bike trail, or even a hybrid trail once you get on the end toward Watson. A decent challenge for the mountain bike though. Overgrown in some areas and a tree was down in another, so we turned around and came back sooner as we could not pass.

Great surface (cinder and ballast) for a mountain bike, easy riding. Only saw two groups of ATVs on a weekday, two other cyclists. Not as scenic or rural as I expected, but still a great ride overall. We’ll be back to complete the ride.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice trail and beautiful view. Not that many people when I was there. Was able to have my dog off leash and towards the end of the trail is open water where they were able to swim in.

hiking
1 month ago

Loved this trail. Started by Kohl’s. Minor incline that was barely noticeable for the most part. Others using the trail were pleasant and polite. Trail did have a bit of litter though when you get further out. Overall a great trail! Watch out for horse poop!

They put a bridge over 101.

Great for kids, we had a blast and got an ice cream along the way.

walking
3 months ago

Make sure to walk.all the way past the pond. There is a really pretty waterfall to the left at the very end. You will end up With a total of just over 3.5 miles if you go to the end. Very relaxing and peaceful out here.

walking
3 months ago

nice flat and wide trail.Ends up at a nice pond.good for a nice walk.Gets busy on a nice summer weekend.Good for kids in a stroller. I think it's way to short for a mountain bike.

trail running
4 months ago

Great on running snowshoes too.

trail running
4 months ago

4 months ago

Nice walk. Very flat, but very scenic. I went on a late Sunday afternoon and didn't see anyone the entire walk in. On the way out, I did encounter a lot of people given the late hour. There are a few benches and several informational plaques along the trail. It will probably be gorgeous in the fall with the changing leaves.

Follows the old Sanbornville to Wolfeboro scenic railroad track. 12 miles one way.
Time it n time for lunch at Lino’s in Sanbornville.

Great place to walk year round

hiking
5 months ago

nice trail

6 months ago

A little flat and busy for us, but a really pretty pond abd an easy walk. Very accessible.

Trail completed from downtown Wolfeboro to Wakefield as of 9/30/2017. 12 miles in one direction.

walking
7 months ago

I’m it sure why it’s reviewed as moderate. It’s a nice walking trail with barely any noticeable incline. Really great for walking dogs, biking, and walking along Mascoma Lake in Enfield. Very easy and simple.

hiking
7 months ago

nice place

8 months ago

Very nice trail, wide. The end is sandy with some dunes. Ponds are pretty, had nice foliage. Flat trail. Easy. Took a few hours. Bring a headlamp at night, pitch black.

Difficult to find, nothing much to speak of for hiking. There's a snowmobile trail that's a little nicer, but I wouldn't waste time on this.

mountain biking
8 months ago

What a great trail! So beautiful!

walking
8 months ago

Very easy, flat trail (it's as wide as a road and all packed gravel). It's heavily walked so you I'll be saying hi to quite a few walkers.

The walk is best if you get off the main trail for the small side trails that bring you up to the pond. There is a tight path that brings you out to large rocks sitting in the pond, it's the perfect spot to sit and take in nature. My 6 month pregnant wife was able to do it with ease so it's not too bad.

Overall it was a little too groomed for us as we like trails in the woods, not gravel packed roads to walk on.

mountain biking
8 months ago

hiking
8 months ago

Nice trail though can be a bit too much traffic for bikes.

mountain biking
9 months ago

Easy start into rocking access of Chester Turnpike or an easier Railroad track into Dubes or Bear Brook

mountain biking
9 months ago

Nice path and Wolfeboro is a fun town to start from. The path is a little crowded with pedestrians and a little narrow, so you need to be careful.

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