Pearl Lake

Lisbon, New Hampshire

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Pearl Lake is small and out of the way, nestled in the foothills to the west of the Cannon-Kinsman Range. If you are in the Franconia or Littleton area, it makes a great early morning or evening paddle with beautiful rural New Hampshire quiet and the possibility for some productive bird-watching. Though you will see some houses and fields on your paddle, the lake is undeveloped and managed for conservation by the Lisbon Conservation Commission. Since this a small lake, you can paddle any route you want and never be far from your car.
Discover the White Mountains of New Hampshire

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Discover the White Mountains of New Hampshire

by Jerry & Marcy Monkman (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

Pearl Lake is small and out of the way, nestled in the foothills to the west of the Cannon-Kinsman Range. If you are in the Franconia or Littleton area, it makes a great early morning or evening paddle with beautiful rural New Hampshire quiet and the possibility for some productive bird-watching.

Though you will see some houses and fields on your paddle, the lake is undeveloped and managed for conservation by the Lisbon Conservation Commission. Since this a small lake, you can paddle any route you want and never be far from your car.

©  Jerry & Marcy Monkman/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Lisbon
Distance: 1.5
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Class: Class I
Season: Spring through fall, weather dependant
Local Contacts: White Mountain National Forest
Local Maps: AMC White Mountain Map #4, USGS Sugar Hill
Driving Directions: Directions to Pearl Lake

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