Trying to find the best New Hampshire trails? AllTrails has 1,215 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking 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. Whether you're looking for the best trails in John Hay National Wildlife Refuge or around Gorham, Lincoln or Bartlett we've got you covered. If you're looking for great New Hampshire state park trails, check out Monadnock State Park. Or for some great local park options, check out West Rattlesnake Natural Area or Mine Falls Park near Nashua. Ready for some activity? There are 492 moderate trails in New Hampshire ranging from 0.6 to 52.2 miles and from 3 to 5,780 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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NICE WALK AROUND THE LAKE. FOUND OTHER TRAILS GOING OFF, HAVE TO LOOK FOR THEM ON A MAP. CAME ACROSS BALD EAGLE ON A FRESK KILL ( DUCK) PREETY COOL.

Nice moderate hike on a light -snowy but mild day. Temps in high 20's - low 30's. Bare-booted the first half, then snowshoes in a couple of inches of fresh. Nobody out today except a few hunters. The trail is in good shape- a few wet spots but nothing major.

Our family of 3 will always remember this hike as the 1st one that our 3 yr old son did all on his own in the summer of 2017. That’s when we knew we had a hiker on our hands! Did it minus the Bemis trail addition. Everything the other reviewers say about the main waterfall is true. Stunning. A perfect introduction to hiking for our little boy.

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snow
2 days ago

beautiful winter scenery. Easy hike, not sure why rated as moderate difficulty. perfect hike for someone who hasn't hiked in a while but in average shape. not very steep. only few brooks to cross but they were very feasible. Gorgeous winter foliage.

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snow
2 days ago

First snowshoe of the season! Beautiful snowy woods and views!

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icy
snow
2 days ago

Hiked this trail on 12/3/19. Fresh snow had fallen and it was snowing lightly when I arrived. You hike about .6miles until you see the trailhead sign to the Falls. Since there was quite a few inches of snow I used my poles to guide the way but it was a very doable hike. The Falls were stunning - mostly ice at this point but there was still water flowing. Beautiful, peaceful and quiet - I would love to come back and do this hike again in the summer.

hiking
4 days ago

We had a spontaneous hike on mt Crawford today. We were unable to find Davis Path on Alltrails at first, however. After about two hours on the trail we were able to locate; at that point we were still about half a mile out from the summit, and we had only brought one pair of spikes (spontaneity wasn’t too prepared). We were a little worried about getting stuck in the dark- snowstorm tonight as well, just seemed too dicey to pursue. So! We’ll be back! Absolutely stunning views- a lot of fun in the snow.

Road to start of trail is closed, so total hike ends up being 10.5 miles. Beautiful hike, one of the easier 4000 footers I’ve done in the whites. Easy and then gradual climb the whole way up. Brought snowshoes and micro spikes and used neither, although with the new snow coming in Sunday night that probably will change. Finished the 10.5 in a bit under 4 hours.

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5 days ago

Great short easy hike. Easy to follow path to Diana’s Bath. Worth the time ! Can easy spend 1-2 hours exploring the river. Beautiful rocks and river formations.

3.5 miles round trip : 1.5 hours. Parked at Echo Lake and took the yellow trail (Bryce trial) the whole way up and down. At the bottom where you hit the lake again you can take a left and go the opposite way around the lake back to parking instead of backtracking same direction. Easy - steep - easy - steep hike. Beautiful views at the top.

Started at 7am and hiked up the access road (closed for winter, added 3mi total to the hike) and up Gorge Brook Trail. Gorgeous bluebird day with minimal people, particularly for a weekend. Obvious and gorgeous trail to the summit. Bring spikes or snowshoes for winter.

easy in and out fun views at the end

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scramble
5 days ago

Trail is about 9.5 miles if you walk to the spur, from the public parking lot on Ferncroft road that you need to park in to access this trail. Not much to see the whole way up, but the view from the 0.2 mile spur trail is beautiful and worth the extra trek.

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muddy
rocky
5 days ago

nice easy 1 hour and 15 min hike. I would rate this as more easy than moderate. of course the main attraction is the stone ruins/staircase.

Arethusa falls via Frankenstein Cliff. December 1st and falls are frozen. Very majestic and awe inspiring. We hiked a bit farther down the train tracks to get some photo ops before turning up the trail to head up Frankenstein Cliff. We never encountered another hiker. It was so quiet and serene. The snow made it very magical and fantasy like. Pure awesomeness!

Light frozen snow made this a fun loop. Creepy tin mine- you almost expect something to live there. Quick up and down, beautiful views. I would say easier hike rather than a moderate. Good morning exercise if you’re short on time. Wore spikes, really only needed them once or twice.

hiking
icy
scramble
snow
5 days ago

This trail was amazing, my cousin Adam and I got to feed the grey jays at the top. The view was incredible and breathtaking. A perfect place for a picnic, we sat up there with some other awesome hikers for 45 minutes enjoying the view, the birds and each other’s company. The hike was moderate I’d say. I feel it was easy for such an intense view at the top. Definitely a 360 view, you can see the range, Mt. Washington and the Mt. Washington Inn. I didn’t want to leave. It was definitely icy and snow covered through out the hike, but manageable with spikes on. We didn’t end up crossing over to Mt. Westford because of the snow coming. Enjoy, definitely a must do!!

Incredible hike with some of the best views I’ve seen in the Whites. Crawford Path going up was mostly packed snow although micro spikes came in handy towards the summit. Snowshoes helped (but were not necessary) on the traverse over to Eisenhower. It was perfectly clear with low winds at the summit with stunning views in all directions. I chose to hike Edmunds Path down, although I quickly regretted this as I was breaking trail through deep snow for the first mile or so. Overall an excellent hike and definitely two peaks I plan to hike again in the summer.

A little icy near the start but a light snow covering made it manageable without spikes. Beautiful and relatively short hike.

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icy
snow
5 days ago

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