Shieling Forest Trail

Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458

Distance0.6mi
Elevation Gain310ft
Trailhead Elevation822ft
Top880ft
Elevation Min/Max759/880ft
Elevation Start/End822/822ft

Shieling Forest Trail

Shieling Forest Trail is a hiking trail in Peterborough, New Hampshire. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 822 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 310 feet. The Shieling state Forest Parking is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Connector, Boulder Trail, Wildflower Trail, Brickyard Rd Trail, Hill Connector, Old Path, Granite Outcrop Trail, Ridge Trail and Old Greenfield Rd Trail.

Shieling Forest Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"A multifaceted, enjoyable walk through an intriguing range of sites with monolithic glacial boulders. Well-designed and easily walked, this varied trail winds through a forest with a broad range of fascinating sites for its relatively small acreage. The forest was donated to the state in 1980 by Elizabeth Yates McGreal, a prolific, well-known writer and resident of Peterborough for many years.

The clearly marked trail was conceived for educational outings through inspiring woodland. It is a fine introduction for children to the variety of nature. In fact, one day we met two families we knew having a good time seeing the old trees, meandering Dunbar Brook, giant glacial erratic boulders, a rock quarry, a wildflower garden, and other sites."

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Trail Information

Peterborough
Nearby City
Shieling State Forest
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Sep 2018