Wapack Trail

Miller State Park, New Hampshire

Distance19.1mi
Elevation Gain5,152ft
Trailhead Elevation1,312ft
Top2,291ft
Elevation Min/Max1203/2291ft
Elevation Start/End1312/1312ft

Wapack Trail

Wapack Trail is a hiking trail in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It is within Mount Watatic Reservation, Wapack National Wildlife Refuge, Watatic Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary, and Miller State Park. It is 19.1 miles long and begins at 1,312 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 20.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 5,152 feet. The Parking Trailhead Wapack Trail parking and the Watatic Parking are near the trailhead. Stony Top (elevation 1,742 feet), New Ipswich Mountain (elevation 1,847 feet), Pratt Mountain (elevation 1,808 feet), Mount Watatic (elevation 1,821 feet), Burton Peak (elevation 1,985 feet), North Pack Monadnock Mountain (elevation 2,251 feet), Barrett Mountain (elevation 1,841 feet), and Temple Mountain (elevation 1,955 feet), the Binney Pond water, the Cabot Memorial Forest wood, and the Nutting Ledges attraction can be seen along the trail. There are also a wetland and a viewpoint along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Midstate Trail, Midstate Trail Connector, Marion Davis Trail, Former Wapack Trail, Summit Loop and Cliff Trail.
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Wapack Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"The Wapack Range rises above the dimpled landscape of southeast New Hampshire, one of the closest backpacking options to the Boston area. Wapack Trail runs the length of the range and earns its name from the starting and ending points (Mount WAtatic and PACK Monadnock).

Its open peaks are loaded with blueberries and view-rich stretches. The trail between the popular summit hikes sees relatively few visitors and makes an excellent early- or late-
season foray."

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Trail Information

Miller State Park
Nearby City
Wapack National Wildlife Refuge
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Moderate
Skill Level
Friends of the Wapack, P.O. Box 115, West Peterborough, NH 03468, wapack. org, info@wapack.org.
Local Contacts
Wapack Trail Map, Friends of the Wapack
Local Maps

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Nov 2018