The Dartmouth, Lake Sunapee region has many easy and some strenuous hikes. The NH State Parks of Mount Sunapee, Cardigan and Rollins State Park offer hiking trails. A very nice easy hike can be found at Saint Gaudens National Historic Site.
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Dartmouth Lake Sunapee NH Hiking Trails
Cornish Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
The home, gardens and studios of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), one of America’s foremost sculptors.
Area: 150 acres
Groton Sculptured Rocks State Recreation Area
Location: Sculptured Rocks Rd
Directions: Take Rt 3A North to the top of Newfound Lake (northern end). Turn left onto North Shore Rd, follow into Hebron Common. From the Common, go straight onto Sculptured Rocks Rd. Extraordinary geologic formation.
Newbury Andrew Brook Trails
Location: Rt 114 to Rt 103, take Mountain Rd to trail
Distance/Time: 5.6 miles
Mount Sunapee State Forest
Location: On Rte 103
Distance/Time: 2 miles & .9 miles
Orange Cardigan State Park
Location: Rte 118
Warner Rollins State Park
Location: Rte 103
Area: Over 5,000 acres
Washington Monadnock Sunapee Greenway
Location: Rte 202N to Rte 101W, Marlborough Road to Trail
Pillsbury State Park
Location: Rte 31
Area: 8,135 Acres
Webster Black Water Dam
Loation: White Plains Road
Location: Tyler Road
Wilmot Mount Kearsarge
Location: Off Route 11. 2,937 Summit
Distance/Time: 2.2 miles