An Easy But Gorgeous Hike, The Ellis River Ski Trail Leads To A Little-Known River In New Hampshire
Got a pair of snowshoes and a hankering for some exhilarating activity? Head to the Ellis River Ski Trail! Mainly used by cross-country skiers in New Hampshire’s snow-covered months, it’s about a four-mile loop considered easy to moderate. The views of the Ellis River and surrounding forest are superb, especially with snow-dusted pines and tall branches. The river is relatively small, at about sixteen miles long, but is big on gushing waters and scenic curves.
If you’re interested in crunching along this trail to discover the lovely Ellis River, information about it is abundant online. You’ll also find out lots about the town of Jackson and nearby White Mountains, such as where to relax and eat after your outdoor exercise. So get out your boots or snowshoes and head to the trail.
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