Hiking Trails in New England
Guide to the Appalachian trail
|Bay Circuit Trail
A permanent recreation trail and greenway corridor extending through 21 towns in Eastern Massachusetts and linking the parks and open spaces surrounding metropolitan Boston.
The Cohos Trail is a 159-mile remote and wild trail in northern-most New Hampshire.
The 270 mile Long Trail is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States. The Long Trail follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains from the Massachusetts-Vermont line to the Canadian border as it crosses Vermont's highest peaks. It was the inspiration for the Appalachian Trail, which coincides with it for one hundred miles in the southern third of the state.
|Metacomet Monadnock Trail
The MM Trail is a long distance hiking foot path that is maintained by the Berkshire chapter of the Appalachian Mountain club and other volunteers. It is approximately 117 miles from the Metacomet trail on the Connecticut State line to Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire.
The Midstate Trail is a scenic footpath located in Worcester County, 45 miles west of Boston. This 92 mile hiking trail extends from Rhode Island crossing the gentle hills of central Massachusetts and eventually connecting to the Wapack Trail in New Hampshire.
The Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway is a hiking trail that links Grand Monadnock with Mount Sunapee in southwestern New Hampshire. It is nearly 50 miles in length, winding along the Monadnock Highlands that divide the Connecticut and Merrimack River drainages.
|New Hampshire Hikes
Sorted by vertical rise
A 78-mile linear trail that runs north through western Rhode Island from the Atlantic Ocean to the Massachusetts border where it links up with the Midstate Trail. The trail is rated mainly easy with a few intermediate sections. Certain sections are maintained by the North-South Trail Council and others by the Narragansett AMC.Wapack TrailThe Wapack Trail is a 21-mile trail from Mount Watatic in Ashburnham, MA, to North Pack in Greenfield, NH, passing through sections of Ashburnham and Ashby, MA, and New Ipswich, Temple, Sharon, Peterborough and Greenfield, NH. It is one of the oldest interstate trails in the Northeast.
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