Safe Hiking in New Hampshire
NH Hiking Tips & Trail Information
New Hampshire is an ideal choice for your hiking vacation. More than 500,000 people visit New Hampshire to hike every year. Trails like Bald Mountain, Artist’s Bluff, and the Basin-Cascades trail make hiking in New Hampshire something that few people could ever forget. With the right trail, the right gear, and some of the most majestic views in the US, hiking in New Hampshire is sure to be a most memorable experience. NH Living presents a selection of NH hiking trails and wood paths in every region of the Granite State. We also urge you to read the useful hiking tips, hiker resources, endangered plants, New Hampshire’s 4,000 Foot Mountains, and hike information. Ask about NH hiking or share trail comments. To feature your business in NHLiving, contact us.
New Hampshire Hikes, White Mtn. Trails & Walks
Franconia Inn, 1300 Easton Rd., Franconia, NH 03580
"In the Land of Big Mountains and Small Villages." Nestled in the heart of the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire, The Franconia Inn is a full service country inn, where casual elegance and exquisite cuisine are just waiting to welcome you. Please visit our website for more information.
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Grand Sumitt Hotel at Attitash, 104 Grand Summit Road, Bartlett, NH 03815 | 603-374-6700
The mountains are calling you to our all-season destination, home for all of the Attitash fun, with a prime location at the base of Bear Peak at Attitash. This slopeside hotel offers spacious rooms and suites for a quick weekend escape in New England or extended vacations in any season. With kitchens, one, two and three-bedroom options, outdoor heated pool, sauna, hot tubs and the only Ski-in / Ski-out hotel at Attitash. The Mt. Washington Valley NH offers endless outdoor fun any time of year. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing, hiking, biking, golfing, soaring through the peaks on a zipline tour and more. Just 10 minutes from North Conway Village. See you soon!
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We here at NHLiving.com urge you to take the utmost care in all of your outdoor endeavors, especially hiking in the vast mountains of New Hampshire. Many of even the most experienced outdoorsman, and women, have come to harm or even lost their lives due to exposure. New Hampshire’s White Mountains claim several lives every year.
The information in these pages is merely informative and is not a substitute for experience, proper training, and the right equipment. Weather in the northeast can change easily from good to bad and bad to worse.
Please follow the trail markings, pay attention to the signs set up by the U.S. Forestry service, and turn back if the weather starts to turn bad. Dozens of people are rescued every year due to being stranded in the mountains.
New Hampshire is a great place to have fun and see some of the greatest views in the northeastern United States, but please be cautious, be safe. Click here to visit the hiking hints and tips section for information on how to make your hike better.
Great North Woods NH Hikes & Walks
Berlin, Colebrook, Errol, Dixville, Lancaster, Pittsburg
White Mountain NH Hikes & Walks
North Conway, Lincoln, Woodstock, Littleton, Franconia, Gorham, Jackson, Sugar Hill, Whitefield, Waterville Valley
Lakes Region NH Hikes & Walks
Laconia, Rochester, Plymouth, Ossipee, Meredith, Ashland, Wolfeboro, Bristol, Winnipesaukee
Dartmouth Lake Sunapee NH Hikes & Walks
Lebanon, Hanover, Claremont, Newport, Tilton, Lyme, Plainfield, Newport
Monadnock NH Hikes & Walks
Keene, Peterborough, Fitzwilliam, Westmoreland, Chesterfield
Merrimack Valley NH Hikes & Walks
Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Salem, Derry, New London, Merrimack, Loudon
Seacoast NH Hikes & Walks
Portsmouth, Dover, Durham, Hampton, Exeter, Rye, Hampton Beach