White Mountains NH Hiking Trails
Franconia Bretton Woods Sugar Hill NH Trails, Hikes & Walks
The White Mountains Region is a popular New England hiking destination. NH White Mountain hikes offer beautiful countryside and a wide variety of hikes. Hike the White Mountain but do be prepared for the weather conditions. Every year dozens of people are rescued hiking in the New Hampshire White Mountains. The White Mountain Nationa Forest and surrounding acreage offer everything from casual tot-friendly strolls to strenuous hikes. Browse our selection of White Mountain NH hiking trails and wood paths. Ask about NH White Mountain hiking or share trail comments. To feature your business, contact us.
White Mountain New Hampshire Hikes, Trails & Walks
Franconia Inn, 1300 Easton Rd., Franconia, NH 03580 | 603-823-5542
"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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Partridge Cabins, 3 Partridge Road, US Route 3, Pittsburg, NH 03592 | Ph: 603-538-6380
Visit Partridge Cabins and Lodge - the four season place to be. We have 600 feet of lake frontage, and offer housekeeping cabins situated amidst the shade of sheltering spruce and fir trees. Completely winterized cabins with gas heaters, private baths, with hot and cold running water, electricity, and full kitchen facilities. All cabins are attractively furnished, and accommodate 4-8 people. Snowmobile, cross-country ski, hike, moose watch, and let's not forget fishing and hunting! Summer, fall, winter, and spring, you will find Partridge Lodge & Cabins most pleasing.
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The Darby Field Inn and Restaurant, 185 Chase Hill Rd., Albany NH 03818 | 603-447-2181
Wander off the beaten path and discover this romantic White Mountain bed and breakfast. The Inn has 13 unique rooms, all with private bath, and full country breakfast included. On site amenities include: restaurant, tavern, spa services, wooded trails, mountain views, romantic packages, and seasonal heated pool. Minutes from shopping, downhill skiing, ice skating and other local attractions. The Darby Field offers the perfect setting for small weddings and reunions, too.
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Cohos Trail Book
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
An 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 the 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 degrees 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
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
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
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 into 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 into falls – 3.0 miles if loop past Frankenstein Cliff is taken back to start point
Mount Washington State Park
Location: Rte 302
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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
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Monadnock NH Hikes & Walks
Keene, Peterborough, Fitzwilliam, Westmoreland, Chesterfield
Merrimack Valley NH Hikes & Walks
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Seacoast NH Hikes & Walks
Portsmouth, Dover, Durham, Hampton, Exeter, Rye, Hampton Beach
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