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New Hampshire Walking Clubs

Considerable effort has been made to ensure that the information for New Hampshire walking clubs is up-to-date, accurate and complete. To correct errors or add new or omitted walking clubs to the New Hampshire walking clubs directory, please submit the additions or corrections via the contact form.




Granite State Trail Walkers

P.O. Box 133
Jaffrey, NH 03452
Jeffrey Proulx
(603) 532-7472




Seacoast Striders

P.O. Box 3151
Portsmouth, NH 03802
Claudia Cauchon
(603) 659-8598
ava.org/clubs/sstrider/
claudia.cauchon@comcast.net




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Hiking Trails Guidebooks

New Hampshire Hiking

Covering the most popular New Hampshire hiking destinations, this is the hiker's guide to finding the best trails throughout the state. New Hampshire Hiking guides hikers through the White Mountain National Forest, the Appalachian Trail, the Connecticut River in Hanover, and the Mahoosuc Range, along with hikes through rural trails and remote, lush hills undiscovered by tourists. Families, day-trippers, and seasoned hikers looking for a change of pace will all find the perfect trail among the options selected by outdoor enthusiast and hiking expert Michael Lanza. This guidebook provides updated, easy-to-use region and trail maps, photographs and illustrations, as well as complete information on fees, permits, user groups, contacts, and driving directions for every possible hike.

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White Mountain Hikes: Legends, Mysteries and More

White Mountain Hikes: Legends, Mysteries and More highlights seven hikes located in and around the White Mountains, each of which has a historical point of interest or contains the scene source of a local legend. Featuring hikes that range from easy to challenging, the book not only describes the easy to follow way-finding, but also points out exactly where to find the little known, and often overlooked evidence of history and legends. This insider's guide also features descriptions of other opportunities to explore on each hike including mineral hunting, bird watching, wild flowers, waterfalls, wildlife viewing, stone walls, cellar holes and historic settler foundations. These descriptions include pictures to aid in identification along the trail and are easy for hikers of all ages and abilities to use as a reference.

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Best Day Hikes in the White Mountains

Discover waterfalls, secluded mountain ponds, and the best scenic vistas with this guide to day hikes in the spectacular White Mountains. Ideal for families and hikers of all ages and abilities, this new guide from the experts at the Appalachian Mountain Club leads explorers to fifty of the region's most spectacular trails, from short family nature walks to long day hikes that reward with magnificent views. Each trip description includes a detailed map and a summary of the trip time, distance, and difficulty, plus an icon indicating whether the trail is also good for snowshoeing or cross-country. The guide includes an appendix packed with other opportunities for outdoor adventure in the region, making this guide an essential four-season reference for locals and visitors alike. Special features include: * Fifty day hikes for all ability levels, ranging from one to eight miles long. * Detailed and accurate trail descriptions. * Detailed maps showing parking areas, trails, and natural highlights. * Locator map and "At-A-Glance" highlights chart for easy trip comparison and planning. * Hiking and safety tips, including advice for hiking with children. * Nature Notes about prominent species and unique natural features of each hike. * Photographs of plant and animal life, waterfalls, and scenic vistas reflecting each trip's hidden wonders.

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White Mountain Guide: Hiking trails in the White Mountain National Forest

Since 1907, hikers have relied on the AMC White Mountain Guide as the most comprehensive guide available to the hiking trails of the spectacular White Mountains of New Hampshire and Maine. Celebrating 100 years in print, this new edition includes everything hikers have come to expect from this trusted resource - detailed trail descriptions, topographic maps, tips on safety and trip planning, and the latest trail data - all updated and revised by expert editors. Hikers will also find summaries of easy, moderate, and strenuous hikes, a list of the White Mountains' 48 "4,000-footers," plus information on the geology and natural history of the area. The Guide's maps are also updated and now feature a more user-friendly and easy-to-read scale plus mileage points for trail segments. Whether planning a day trip, weekend excursion, or a week-long backcountry adventure, this Guide is an essential addition to a hiker's pack.

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Hiking New Hampshire

Sample 100 of the finest hiking trails in the Granite State. Explore the secluded headwaters of the Connecticut River in verdant North Country forest, climb the challenging Caps Ridge Trail over White Mountain granite, or amble along the shore of Shoal Pond. Veteran hiker and outdoor writer Larry Pletcher will introduce you to these trails and more. This guide contains up-to-date trail information, accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails, detailed trail maps, information on hiking with children, locations of barrier-free trails and zero-impact camping tips.

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Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide

This handy guide provides the most comprehensive information available about the trails of Southern New Hampshire. It describes nearly 200 trails from Monadnock, Cardigan, and Kearsarge to the Lakes Region and the seacoast, with 15 new hikes and 12 new nature area descriptions, plus fully updated information on trails. You'll also find coverage [and insert maps] of three of the largest state parks, Pisgah, Bear Brook, and Pawtuckaway. Whether you're looking for a day trip or backpacking trek, Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide is a must-have for every hiker exploring the central and southernmost parts of the Granite State.

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Waterfalls of the White Mountains: 30 Hikes to 100 Waterfalls

This guide to over 100 waterfalls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire tells the best tmes of year and vantage points from which to view them, and also gives suggestions for further hikes, swimming holes, and uncrowded picnic spots. Excursions range in length from a short stroll from the car to a hike of nearly 20 miles across the Presidential Range. Each chapter includes complete hiking information: distance, difficulty, altitude gain, and trail directions; as well as a map, essays on local history and lore.

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Hiking the White Mountains

Kindle Edition - Hiking the White Mountains

This book covers the best day hikes and weekend backpacking trips in New Hampshire's breathtaking White Mountains. It takes readers to the most scenic hikes in the state, some well-known and others off the beaten path. Each guide includes: * Hikes suited to every ability. * Accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails. * Up-to-date trail descriptions with mile-by-mile directional cues. * Detailed trail maps and GPS coordinates. * Difficulty ratings, average hiking times, and best hiking seasons for each hike. * Trail Finder for best hikes with dogs, children, great views, or wildlife viewing. * Information on fees and permits, contacts, events and attractions, restaurants and accommodations, canine compatibility, and more. * Zero-impact and wilderness safety tips and techniques.

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New Hampshire Hiking

New Hampshire Hiking is a compact guide covering New Hampshire's best hiking spots - including the White Mountains, Cannon Mountain, and smaller summits such as Mount Monadnock and Kearsarge - perfect for hikers looking for scenic, back-country trails. Hiker and travel columnist Jacqueline Tourville offers her firsthand advice on what sights are must-sees, and sightseeing highlight maps make planning your time easy. Hiking descriptions include distance, estimated hiking time, and ratings for difficulty, as well as easy-to-follow maps and clear driving directions that lead to a hiker's sanctuary.

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Best Hikes With Dogs: New Hampshire and Vermont

Kindle Edition - Best Hikes With Dogs: New Hampshire and Vermont

Lisa Densmore hiked more than 300 miles in New Hampshire and Vermont mostly with her faithful trail companion Bravo, a Chesapeake Bay retriever, but also with other dogs, while researching this book. Here she shares her favorite trails of easy day hikes to overnight backpacking trips, presented through canine-centric eyes. These hikes will delight both you and your pet with panoramic views, long ridge walks, lush forests, and pristine lakes. Advice is given on topics such as proper canine trail etiquette, wildlife encounters, and weather concerns. Additional features include what to pack for your pooch, including the Ten Canine Essentials, a doggy first aid kit, and a Trail Finder chart that lists hikes by length, terrain, difficulty for dogs, and more. Showcases 60 hikes selected to delight your dog (and you) in New Hampshire and Vermont - all close to urban areas. * Trails rated 1-4 paws to show difficulty for dog owners and their four-legged friends. * Terrain that's hazard free and easy on the paws. * On most trails, no leashes required and no large crowds.

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50 Hikes in the White Mountains

The White Mountains of New Hampshire are the crown jewels of Northeast hiking. From Franconia Notch's abrupt and plush trails up Mounts Flume, Liberty, and Lafayette; to the gentler grades and shorter treks of Hedgehog and Stinson Mountains, and East and Greeley Ponds; to the legendary peaks of the Presidential Range, hikers of all ages and experience can find endless opportunities to put their feet on a path. Rediscover (or discover for the first time) the riches of the White Mountains with this new edition that includes hikes in Franconia Notch, Crawford Notch, and Pinkham Notch regions, as well as hikes of varying difficulty off the picturesque Kancamagus Highway and beyond. The 50 hikes here range in length from one to 33 miles, from easy walks to strenuous multiday backpacks. Each description includes driving directions, an account of the route, a clear map, and fascinating information about the history, wildlife, and lore of this rugged land.

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50 More Hikes in New Hampshire

From New Hampshire's seacoast to the Canadian border, 50 More Hikes In New Hampshire offers the hiker a plentiful variety of choices in all parts of the Granite State. There are simple woods walks and strenuous 4,000-foot hikes, popular destinations such as Mount Chocorua and remote areas such as the Kilkenny. You can sit beside a brook in Southern New Hampshire or climb a fire tower in the Far North, visit state parks, explore ice caves in King Ravine, pick blueberries, or embark on a backpack. This new edition includes three new hikes, two in Southern New Hampshire - Purgatory Brook and Bald Mountain - and one on Mount Roberts in the Ossipee Range of Central New Hampshire. Updated hikes throughout the rest of the book include new routes on Crotched Mountain, Blue Job Mountain, and Mount Cube.

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The New Hiking the Monadnock Region:
44 Nature Walks and Day-Hikes in the Heart of New England

The New Hiking the Monadnock Region will lead you through forests and meadows, over small mountains and gentle hills, around ponds and sanctuaries, and along streams and abandoned roads. This detailed and informative guide, fully expanded and updated, now includes a beautifully rendered map for each hike and also provides information on flora and fauna, as well as local history and nearby sightseeing destinations. In addition, the book contains specialized information for the beginning hiker and for parents hiking with children, lists of hiking and conservation organizations, and other helpful resources. Whether you're a seasoned hiker, a family with children, an amateur naturalist, a lifelong resident of the region, or a visitor, this is your essential guide to enjoying one of the most popular outdoor recreation spots in the northeast.

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Hiking Guide to Mount Washington and the Presidential Range

Mount Washington and the Presidential Range are considered the best of the best when it comes to New England hiking. Compiled from the same comprehensive research as the AMC White Mountain Guide, this lightweight hiking guide covers each spectacular trail, the highest summits, and the most scenic vistas in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. This new edition is completely revised and includes many great new features such as: detailed descriptions of more than 100 GPS-plotted trails; one full-color pull-out contour map; list of easy-to-moderate hikes; distances, times, elevation gains; trip planning and what to carry; following trails - maps and compass use, trail markings, advice if you're lost; backcountry hazards - hypothermia, lightening safety, brook crossings; camping - tent sites, shelters, trailside/fire regulations, low-impact camping, winter climbing; and history of early exploration and settlement of the White Mountains.

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