Mount Sunapee and Lake Solitude Trail

Mount Sunapee, New Hampshire 3255

Mount Sunapee and Lake Solitude Trail

Mount Sunapee and Lake Solitude Trail Professional Review and Guide

"What do you think of when someone mentions Mount Sunapee? Skiing, right? But when the slopes are green and the skiers are sailing or swimming, Sunapee is a wonderful place to bring the family for a smorgasbord-type hike.

You’ll climb briskly under the dormant chairlift to the Sunapee summit, snake through the woods to the top of the White Cliffs, and drop to the remote, rocky shoreline of Lake Solitude. With something just around the corner at any given moment, kids won’t have time to poke each other with sticks or stuff leaves down one another’s jackets."

Mount Sunapee and Lake Solitude Trail Reviews

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9/6/2009
Not really a big fan of hiking straight up an open ski slope under a chairlift, the trade off here is you do get great views. Other than that, once you get into the treelilne on the Monadnock-Sunapee trail its more enjoyable.
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Trail Information

Mount Sunapee
Nearby City
4.8
Distance
1,510 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
4.5 hours
Duration
May-October
Season
Sunapee State Park
Local Contacts
USGS Sunapee
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Aug 2018