Best Trails Near Errol NH

Errol has 9 trails in the vicinity, including 4 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing and 3 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 2 to 89 miles in length. The longest trail in Errol is Upper White Mountains Scenic Drive a well-known trail measuring 89 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Umbagog Lake, Northern Forest Odyssey — Androscoggin River and Umbagog Lake and Upper White Mountains Scenic Drive. Trails.com member Vassil A. recently completed Upper White Mountains Scenic Drive.

More information on the best trails in Errol can be found below.
  • Upper White Mountains Scenic Drive

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    Errol, NH

    An 89-mile scenic drive through deep glacier-carved valleys along the winding Androscoggin River, and through Dixville Notch in northern New Hampshire’s White Mountains. This 89-mile-long scenic ...
    •  89 miles
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    An 89-mile scenic drive through deep glacier-carved valleys along the winding Androscoggin River, and through Dixville Notch ...

  • Umbagog Lake

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    Errol, NH

    With the tremendous variety of wildlife and the number of ducks nesting here, it is not surprising that Umbagog Lake has become one of our newest national wildlife refuges. Umbagog Lake straddles ...
    •  Day trip, camping available
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    With the tremendous variety of wildlife and the number of ducks nesting here, it is not surprising that Umbagog Lake has ...

  • Lake Umbagog

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    Errol, NH

    Lake Umbagog is a North Country treasure, teeming with wildlife, surrounded by boreal forests, and dotted with islands and beautiful backcountry campsites. Lake Umbagog (pronounced um-BAY-gog) ...
    •  2.0–24.0 miles
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    Lake Umbagog is a North Country treasure, teeming with wildlife, surrounded by boreal forests, and dotted with islands and ...

  • Lake Umbagog

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    Errol, NH

    This huge, shallow lake straddles the Maine–New Hampshire border. Bald eagle, osprey, and loon nest here, and the possibility of seeing a moose is high. Look also for otter, beaver, mink, black ...
    •  Several days
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    This huge, shallow lake straddles the Maine–New Hampshire border. Bald eagle, osprey, and loon nest here, and the possibility ...

  • Umbagog Lake

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    Errol, NH

    Wonderful backcountry paddling on a magnificent lake set within a wild and scenic refuge. Umbagog is a paddler’s paradise. Wild, scenic, and accessible, it encompasses a vast and varied shoreline, ...
    •  Day trip or extended stay
    •  16 miles
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    Wonderful backcountry paddling on a magnificent lake set within a wild and scenic refuge. Umbagog is a paddler’s paradise. ...

  • Northern Forest Odyssey — Androscoggin River and Umbagog Lake

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    Errol, NH

    While technically not in the White Mountains, this is by far the wildest and longest quietwater paddle available for those visiting the Whites, and for paddlers who relish wildlife watching, ...
    •  5 hours
    •  9 miles
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    While technically not in the White Mountains, this is by far the wildest and longest quietwater paddle available for those ...

  • Ammonoosuc River - Northern Forest Adventure

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    Errol, NH

    The Androscoggin River from Errol to Milan is popular with whitewater boaters because it has runnable rapids all summer long due to regular dam releases. This trip is short (many paddling groups ...
    •  1 hour 30 minutes
    •  2 miles
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    The Androscoggin River from Errol to Milan is popular with whitewater boaters because it has runnable rapids all summer long ...

  • Rapid River: Middle Dam to Cedar Stump

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    Errol, NH

    It certainly can be—rapid, that is. Heavy turbulent water, huge holes, and a scattering of rocks for good measure characterize this fine whitewater river. The Rapid really is special. It starts ...
    •  4.5 miles
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    It certainly can be—rapid, that is. Heavy turbulent water, huge holes, and a scattering of rocks for good measure characterize ...

  • Androscoggin River: Errol Bridge to Pontook Rapid

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    Errol, NH

    The Androscoggin is not a whitewater river in the classic sense, yet it does have one characteristic that makes it worthy of description: it runs in the summer. When most other rivers are dry, ...
    •  20 miles
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    The Androscoggin is not a whitewater river in the classic sense, yet it does have one characteristic that makes it worthy ...