Mineral Site

Carroll County, New Hampshire

Distance1.5mi
Elevation Gain516ft
Trailhead Elevation897ft
Top1,016ft
Elevation Min/Max705/1016ft
Elevation Start/End897/897ft

Mineral Site

Mineral Site is a hiking and biking trail in Carroll County, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 897 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is three miles with a total elevation gain of 516 feet. This trail connects with the following: Hales Location and High School Loop.

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8/16/2009
Loop to Beaver Pond is a good up-hill grind on ski-mobile trail - good size beaver lodge in pond. Ride back via single track (just back from pond on right) was fast and FUN. Watch for black mud holes - one grabbed my front wheel and threw me. Also watch for a bridge-out in middle of a good decent. On way up, noticed several mtb tempting trails taking off - didn't have time to try these, but apparently local club is building trails there - a must try! Get to trail head thru park and pay fee or duck in thru hole in stone wall down street a bit (towards Gorham) and enter via swimming hole area.
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7/1/2009
Moose Brook Campground was perfectly situated for our 2 night stay which included a climb to Mt. Washington. The campsites are well maintained with easy access. Not too crowded and hot showers (accepts quarters) were a bonus. Will camp here again and recommend it to camping friends.
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Trail Information

Carroll County
Nearby City
White Mountain National Forest
Local Contacts
AMC White Mountain Map #5, USGS North Conway West
Local Maps

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