The 150th section of the Appalachian Trail, the last section in the state of New Hampshire, runs 16.5 miles from US Hwy 2 to the Maine/New Hampshire state line. Along the way it passes Shelburne Dam, Mount Hayes, Cascade Mountain, Bald Cap, the Gentian Pond shelter, and Mount Success.
Note: if you are north bound, pick up the Appalachian Trail section descriptions in Maine (or just click here).
Trail length: 17 miles
Posted by Greg Heil on November 4, 2011
Trail System Appalachian Trail: New Hampshire
Q: hiking from maine 26 to rt2 gorham nh starting friday any sugestions? i will review next week -snowman
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Reviewed by snowman on August 4, 2015
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I hiked this south from rt26 in maine starting 2 days ago.i stayed at gentian pond shelter after day 2.the best thing about this part of the trail is the moose at the pond,and the hikers u meet from all over the world.the trail out was a nice walk for me thru the hard woods.
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Appalachian Trail 150: US 2 to ME/NH Line
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