This Easy Wildflower Hike In New Hampshire Will Transport You Into A Sea Of Color
It’s a sure sign that winter is over when the greenery and color return to New Hampshire’s forests. In early June and through July, wildflowers can be found springing back to life after a season of slumber. This is the perfect time to hit a hiking trail and a walk along Sawyer Pond Trail in the White Mountain National Forest puts on a dazzling display at your feet each year.
This hike along Sawyer Pond Trail is 1.5 miles with 350 feet of elevation gain. While this is a short walk, hikers should be prepared with the proper gear and the Ten Essentials. The trailhead is at the end of gravel Sawyer River Road in the unincorporated township of Livermore. Follow the road for 3.7 miles to a parking area before a gate; the trail begins just beyond the gate.