Aresthusa Falls: Frankenstein Cliff Trail North Conway, NH
Hiking in New Hampshire (NH) offers outdoor lovers everything from trails winding through the White Mountains to sandy paths inside coastal forests.
Northern New Hampshire trails bring hikers through the Great North Woods, where forested trails lead hikers under a dense tree canopy. White Mountain National Forest provides access to the famous Appalachian Trail, and allows hikers to base hike or summit Mount Washington. Enjoy hiking in the popular Lakes Region where pristine lakes like Lake Winnipesaukee provide shoreline trails that offer swimming opportunities.
In the south, hikers can explore wooded trails that wind through coastal forests. The 13-miles of Atlantic coastline provides plenty of coastal hiking along rocky and rugged cliffs and shoreline. New Hampshire hikes accommodate everyone from families with small children to avid backcountry backpackers. Don't forget to check out trails around cities like Portsmouth, Manchester, and Nashua as well.
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