Category: Recreation
Boulder Loop Trail
The Boulder Loop Trail is located off of the Kancamagus Highway near the Covered Bridge Campground. The trail passes through boulder fields and various forest types. At its highest point, the trail takes you to 1,000 feet of elevation with ledges that offer spectacular views of the Passaconaway Valley. This guide will give insight to many features of the White Mountain National Forest. Fifteen stops are featured along the way, offering a glimpse of the forest’s history, biology, and Forest Service management. The stops are numbered in a clockwise order. Turn left at the first trail juncture. You will be guided by yellow blazes that mark the route. Please stay on the trail to reduce visitor use impacts on the surrounding area. Before you set off on your hike, make sure you are prepared and exercising safe hiking practices. It is recommended that you have supportive footwear such as hiking boots. Be sure to bring plenty of water. Contact the nearby Saco Ranger Station or refer to Hike Safe principles for more helpful strategies.
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