The Link

Coös County, New Hampshire

Distance6.1mi
Elevation Gain1,742ft
Trailhead Elevation3,795ft
Top4,190ft
Elevation Min/Max3673/4190ft
Elevation Start/End3795/3795ft

The Link

The Link is a hiking trail in Coös County, New Hampshire. It is within White Mountain National Forest. It is 6.1 miles long and begins at 3,795 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,742 feet. This trail connects with the following: Sylvan Way, Cabin-Cascades Trail, Castle Ravine Trail, Amphibrach / The Link, Israel Ridge Path, Caps Ridge Trail, Cliffway, Castle Trail and Lowe's Path.

The Link Professional Reviews and Guides

"This ride's general location is Gorham. Scenery includes excellent vistas of Gorham and the Androscoggin Valley. Optional climbing is available for masochists. The Portland Pipeline people are in the crude oil business, but they will not object to you using their access road for mountain biking.

The road is mostly level, but watch out for a hill at the western end so aptly named "the wall". Gluttons for punishment are welcome to treat themselves to the optional "Heart Attack Hill" before crossing the river and returning to the starting point via the village streets."

The Link Reviews

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8/16/2009
Snowmobile trail - somewhat overgrown and occasionally boggy, but fun ride. Can start directly from White Birches campground - go straight up back and turn right. Trail joins onto Moose Brook State Park (great rides there) via some single tracks around Gorham town and a gravel road off the west end of the airport, and then a short spurt on the rails-to-trial on north side of route 2.
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Trail Information

Coös County
Nearby City
Moriah Sports 603-466-5050
Local Contacts
Mountain Biking in the Northern White Mountains
Local Maps

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Nov 2018