The New Hampshire State Park Where You Can Hike Across Wooden Bridges Is A Grand Adventure
There’s certainly nothing more wonderful than a day outside in New Hampshire. From mountains to lakes, fields to forests there’s beauty around every corner. Some of our favorites are the trails with fun features. A great example is this hike with bridges in New Hampshire. With some elevation gain, this is a great option for beginner hikes looking for a bit of a challenge. Or, simply for those who love a bit of an adventure!
The Cohos Trail is actually a 170-mile route from Crawford Notch to the Canadian border. This section of the trail can be found in the Connecticut Lake State Forest near Pittsburg. Head to the area, then access the trailhead just off the dedicated parking area off Route 3. For more information on this beautiful, long trail check out their official website.
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