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White Mountains NH Hiking Trails

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White Mountain New Hampshire Hikes, Trails & Walks

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Cohos Trail Book
Cohos Trail
Location: Davis Path trailhead on US 302 4 miles north of Bartlett, 5 miles south of Crawford Notch.
(Some areas are difficult)
Distance/Time: 150 miles – to the Canadian Border

Diana’s Baths
Easy path leads to rocky cascades
Location: On a dirt road, off of West Side road, approx. 0.7 miles north of Cathedral Ledge Road.
Distance/Time: 0.5 miles – about 40 minutes

Bretzfelder Memorial Park
Location: Prospect Street

Sabbathday Falls Hike
Easy hike to picturesque series of cascades in a narrow flume; picnic area at trailhead
Location: 15 miles west of the Saco Ranger Station
Distance/Time: 0.4 miles – 20 mintues to 1 hour

Mount Hedgehog via The UNH Trail
Moderate hike to 2500′ summit of Mount Hedgehog; 360 degree view of Swift River Valley
Location: 13.5 miles west of the Saco Ranger Station, opposite the Passaconaway Campground
Distance/Time: Allow 4 to 5 hours round trip

Mount Potash Hike
Difficult Trail, involves ledge climbing to the 2600′ summit of Mt. Potash.
Location: 13.5 miles west of the Saco Ranger Station, begin on the Down’s Brook Trail opposite the passaconway campground
Distance/Time: 4 miles – allow 4 hours round trip

Artist’s Bluff & Bald Mountain
Views of Cannon Mountain and Franconia Notch
Location: Rte 18, across from Peabody Base Lodge.
(Can be steep and unmarked in places)
Distance/Time: 1.5 mile loop – about 1 1/2 hours
view photos and read a hike up Artist’s Bluff

Basin-Cascades Trail
Ascends along Cascade Brook
Location: Off of Rte 3 in Franconia Notch State Park. Starts at the Basin
Distance/Time: 2 miles – about 1 1/2 hours

Boulder Loop Trail
Great views with very little effort
Location: Dugway Road, off the Kancamagus Highway.
(Brochure keyed to stations on trail available)
Distance/Time: 2.8 miles – 2 to 3 hours

Lonesome Lake
Very good footing on an old bridle path
Location: Lafayette Place in Franconia Notch.
Distance/Time: 3.25 miles

Moose Brook State Park
Location: Off Rte 2 – Jimtown Toad
Area: 774 Acres

Harts Location
Crawford Notch State Park
Location: Rte 302 – 12 miles NW of Bartlett
Area: 5,775 Acres

Crawford Notch State Park – The Pond Loop Trail
View of the pond in Crawford Notch State Park
Location: Trail starts at the Willey House site, bears left after the bridge
Distance/Time: 1/2 mile round trip

Crawford Notch State Park – The Sam Willey Trail
Follows the Saco river through the woods past several beaver dams
Location: Trail starts at the Willey House site, bears right after the bridge
Distance/Time: 1 mile round trip

Crawford Notch State Park – Ripley Falls
100 foot high cascade, Avalanche Brook flows over moss-covered granite slopes
Location:1 mile southeast of the Willey House site. Go up the access road that goes off of Rte 302.
Take the Ethan Pond Trail, then shortly after it begins, take a left onto the Ripley Falls Trail
Distance/Time: 1/2 mile in to falls

Crawford Notch State Park – Arethusa Falls
Offers views of the highest falls in the state, 200 feet
Location: Trailhead 1/2 miles south of Dry River Campground on Rte 302
(Trail is fairly rocky, moderately steep)
Distance/Time: 1.3 miles in to falls – 3.0 miles if loop past Frankenstein Cliff is taken back to start point

Sargent’s Purchase
Mount Washington State Park
Location: Rte 302
6288′ Elevation
Hike or Car Climb

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