Best Snowshoeing in New Hampshire

This list represents the most popular snowshoeing in New Hampshire. Use this list to plan your next New Hampshire snowshoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Enjoy a quintessential hike through a mossy ravine and a long, gradual climb to spectacular ...
This popular hike in Crawford Notch State Park offers top-of-the-ridge views of the notch ...
Looking for the perfect day hike? The Hamlin Recreation and Conservation Area, a little-known ...
Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, between Portsmouth and Rye Beach on New Hampshire’s sliver ...
If you’re looking for a great family- friendly day hike and a chance to see lofty mountain ...
This hike visits the mountaintop site of an old ranger cabin and fire-watching tower. ...
Low’s Bald Spot provides a terrific view of the Great Gulf and Mounts Adams and Madison. ...
This is one of our favorite, easy-to-do walks in New Hampshire’s seacoast area. This local ...
It’s almost the law in New England; at some point in time, you must hike Mount Monadnock. ...
The lusty, briny smell of the sea, the sounds of honking geese, the sight of a soaring ...
The first time we attempted a winter ascent of Mount Washington, we didn’t make it. We ...
There are several reasons why we’re including this well-established cross-country center ...
Icy streams, giant boulders, high bluffs, open ledges, and pretty woods make this half-day ...
A short, easy walk with lots of spring wildflowers leads to a lovely waterfall and cascades ...
This hike to one of the tallest waterfalls in New Hampshire should not be missed. The ...
The Holts Ledges hike boasts some impressively steep sections, but the sweeping views ...
Carter Dome Trail is a hiking trail in Bean's Purchase, New Hampshire. It is within White ...
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