Best Trails Near Littleton NH

Littleton has 14 trails in the vicinity, including 13 hiking trails and 1 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 0.5 to 19.3 miles in length. The longest trail in Littleton is Gale River and Bondcliff Trails a well-known trail measuring 19.3 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Mount Lafayette / Mount Lincoln, Bridle Path Loop, The Flume, Mount Carrigain and Signal Ridge Trail. Trails.com member Emily A. recently completed Mount Lafayette / Mount Lincoln, Bridle Path Loop.

More information on the best trails in Littleton can be found below.
  • Mount Lafayette / Mount Lincoln, Bridle Path Loop

    13 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Trailheads located within yards of an interstate highway seldom promise extraordinary mountain adventure. All the more special, then, is this classic loop hike that departs the Franconia Notch ...
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Trailheads located within yards of an interstate highway seldom promise extraordinary mountain adventure. All the more special, ...

  • Cannon Mountain, Kinsman Ridge Trail

    4 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    The Kinsman Ridge Trail runs almost 17 miles from the base of the Cannon Mountain Tramway, over Cannon Mountain and the Kinsman Peaks, to the Lost River Road in Kinsman Notch.Cannon Mountain ...
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    The Kinsman Ridge Trail runs almost 17 miles from the base of the Cannon Mountain Tramway, over Cannon Mountain and the Kinsman ...

  • Mount Willard

    3 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    As U.S.Highway 302 climbs north through Crawford Notch, it commences a sweeping curve toward the east to avoid Mount Willard’s massive bulk blocking the head of the pass. A surprisingly simple ...
    •  3.2 miles
    •  Guide

    As U.S.Highway 302 climbs north through Crawford Notch, it commences a sweeping curve toward the east to avoid Mount Willard’s ...

  • Mount Carrigain, Signal Ridge Trail

    3 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    If hiking paths were cleared in Crawford Notch in the early 1800s, it’s hard to believe that the first reported climb of nearby Carrigain Mountain did not take place for another fifty years. ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    If hiking paths were cleared in Crawford Notch in the early 1800s, it’s hard to believe that the first reported climb of ...

  • The Flume

    3 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Years ago,someone knew a good thing when they saw it and beat us to The Flume with a visitor center, shuttle bus, graded path, and admission charge. I admit it! This hike is really a tourist ...
    •  2 miles
    •  Guide

    Years ago,someone knew a good thing when they saw it and beat us to The Flume with a visitor center, shuttle bus, graded ...

  • Mount Hale, Zealand Loop

    2 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Mount Hale’s summit may seem odd, a clear circle 30 yards in diameter, edged by tiny evergreens and centered with a giant cairn. As if hesitant to intrude, North Twin, South Twin, Guyot, the ...
    •  8.7 miles
    •  Guide

    Mount Hale’s summit may seem odd, a clear circle 30 yards in diameter, edged by tiny evergreens and centered with a giant ...

  • The Old Man and Profile Lake

    1 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    What stands 1,200 feet high and has a head 48 feet long? None other than New Hampshire’s one-of-a-kind symbol, The Old Man of the Mountain, in remarkable Franconia Notch. Suspended near the ...
    •  0.5 miles
    •  Guide

    What stands 1,200 feet high and has a head 48 feet long? None other than New Hampshire’s one-of-a-kind symbol, The Old Man ...

  • Kilburn Crag Trail

    1 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Kilburn Crag is a rocky outcropping on the northeastern shoulder of modest Walker Mountain. It is known mainly to Littleton locals. With easy footing and low mileage, it is a perfect hike for ...
    •  1 hour
    •  1.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Kilburn Crag is a rocky outcropping on the northeastern shoulder of modest Walker Mountain. It is known mainly to Littleton ...

  • Ammonoosuc River - Littleton to Lisbon

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    This trip is less popular than the Saco, Pemigewasset, or Androscoggin River trips, probably due to the fact it is outside the normal tourist areas in the White Mountains. The Ammonoosuc River ...
    •  3 hours
    •  6.8 miles
    •  Guide

    This trip is less popular than the Saco, Pemigewasset, or Androscoggin River trips, probably due to the fact it is outside ...

  • Scotland Brook

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    The Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary lies amid rolling hilltops and scattered peaks in the western foothills of the White Mountains. Two hundred years ago, Scotch and Irish settlers cleared ...
    •  1.75 miles
    •  Guide

    The Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary lies amid rolling hilltops and scattered peaks in the western foothills of the White ...

  • Gale River and Bondcliff Trails

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Imagine a stony trail that flirts with the edge of a precipice and soars to a mountain peak, a windswept summit of speckled boulders sheltering alpine flowers within their lee, and an isolated ...
    •  19.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Imagine a stony trail that flirts with the edge of a precipice and soars to a mountain peak, a windswept summit of speckled ...

  • Ethan Pond Trail

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Sitting astride the Appalachian Trail, Ethan Pond is a convenient waypoint for long-distance trekkers, and a perfect destination for short family backpacks from nearby Crawford Notch. Although ...
    •  4.8 miles
    •  Guide

    Sitting astride the Appalachian Trail, Ethan Pond is a convenient waypoint for long-distance trekkers, and a perfect destination ...

  • Mount Pemigewasset

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    The Mount Pemigewasset Trail ends on the northern end of Indian Head's brow, a broad strip of granite ledge with views across Bog Pond to the wild White Mountain region that holds the Lost River ...
    •  3.1 miles
    •  Guide

    The Mount Pemigewasset Trail ends on the northern end of Indian Head's brow, a broad strip of granite ledge with views across ...

  • Lonesome Lake and Kinsman Peaks

    0 Reviews

    Littleton, NH

    Part family outing to Lonesome Lake,part good old-fashioned mountain hike, the trail from Lafayette Campground to the Kinsman Peaks unveils two distinctive personalities. This dual disposition ...
    •  11 miles
    •  Guide

    Part family outing to Lonesome Lake,part good old-fashioned mountain hike, the trail from Lafayette Campground to the Kinsman ...