Backpacking Trails in New Hampshire
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Backpacking Trails in New Hampshire

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11 - 31 mi
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New Hampshire has 15 backpacking trails. These trails range from 11 to 31.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Pemigewasset Wilderness Trail, Mount Moosilauke Trail and The Kilkenny. Trails.com member K Q. recently completed The Kilkenny.
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The Mount Cabot-Unknown Pond Loop is actually three possible hikes in one. Besides the ...
Standing prominently over the Connecticut River Valley, 4802-foot Mount Moosilauke is ...
For more than 25 miles, no road crosses the Sandwich Range’s rugged spine on the southern ...
With many roads dissecting the White Mountains, there are few areas where one can go and ...
The Pemigewasset Wilderness protects the watershed of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset ...
A two-night backpacking trip that crosses through the heart of the Pemi, passing over ...
While beautiful, there are few places in the White Mountains where modern civilization ...
Soaring open summits, rushing waterways, and long easy-cruising sections of trail—this ...
A long climb through prime moose habitat to the top of the northernmost 4,000-footer in ...
This Wilderness protects a broad watershed in the eastern White Mountain National Forest. ...
Montalban Ridge runs due south from Mount Washington for 15 miles. The Davis Path traverses ...
The Southern Presidential Range leads from Crawford Notch north to the highest point in ...
A mountain range in miniature, the Pilot Range rises above the Great North Woods of northern ...
Tucked deep within a seldom-trod portion of the Sandwich Range Wilderness, hemmed between ...
Wapack Trail is a hiking trail in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It is within Mount ...
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