8 Cool And Calming Hikes To Take In New Hampshire To Help You Reflect On The Year Ahead

During the summer you don’t have to twist our arm to get us out into the nature of New Hampshire. It’s easy to throw on some boots and hit the trails when you don’t have to worry too much about the weather. But when things get chilly it’s another story. While the landscape is arguably even more beautiful, it can be daunting to hit the trails when they’re surrounding by snow. To help get you out there, here are a few trails that are absolutely wonderful in the winter.

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Hiking is fun, but if you’re craving a different kind of adventure take a winter zip line tour to marvel over the state’s snow covered landscape from above!

Address: Odiorne Point State Park, 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870, USA
Address: New London, NH, USA
Address: Blue Job Mountain, Farmington, NH 03835, USA
Address: 157 Deerfield Rd, Allenstown, NH 03275, USA
Address: Lincoln Woods Trail, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: Flume Gorge, Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: 3725 West Side Rd, Bartlett, NH 03812, USA
Address: Center Sandwich, NH 03227, USA