New Hampshire Hiking
NH has some of the best hiking in the nation. The White Mountains can be stunning year round, and even produce incredibly severe weather with little to no warning. From hiking trails along the ocean, rock climbing, snow covered peaks, raging rivers, small mountain streams, waterfalls and even covered bridges, NH is about as diverse as it comes.
Easy NH Hikes
From Mount Major, to Mount Willard, there are some extremely beautiful and relatively easy hikes that reward individuals with pretty minimal effort. Check out our post: Top Easy Hikes in NH
One of New Hampshire’s Best intermediate hikes: Mount Chocorua, and the gorgeous waterfall at the base.
Winter Hiking In New Hampshire
If you like New Hampshire, you also better like the snow! We have a great post that highlights the best winter hiking options for all ability levels in NH.
Check out our post: NH’s Best Winter Hikes (For Beginners & Experts)
If you are interested in winter hiking in NH, you should take a look at our winter hiking guide, and our winter hiking clothing guide in order to stay safe during the cold weather.
NH 48 4,000 Footers
If you are looking for hiking opportunities in New Hampshire, the 4,000 footers cannot be missed.
A member of the NH 48 is a mountain that exceeds 4,000 feet in elevation, with a prominence of 200 feet or greater.
The complete list of 48 is often tackled by avid hikers. You can find all the details, trail guides, and tips for finishing in our post about the NH 4000 footers.
White Mountains Hiking
Check out some of our most popular posts in the White Mountains.
Hiking Trails with Waterfalls
Here is just a taste, feel free to reach out if you want more details and more waterfalls!
Arethusa and Ripley Falls – Crawford Notch
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