5 Low-Key Hikes In New Hampshire With Amazing Payoffs

Summer is coming to an end – the days are cooling off a bit, and it’s getting into the best time of the year to hike – when there’s a slight chill but not so much that you’ll get cold, and no worries about getting caught in a snowstorm. But just because you want to take advantage of that doesn’t mean you need to commit to scaling the Presidentials! There are plenty of more chilled-out hikes in New Hampshire that you’ll find incredibly rewarding – both for the sense of accomplishment and for what you’ll see along the way.

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Looking for more New Hampshire nature? Check out this one spot that’ll make you feel like you’ve entered a fantasy world.