New Hampshire March 20, 2017
These 4 Trails In New Hampshire Will Lead You To Extraordinary Amazing Ruins
New Hampshire is a state that’s still half wild, and when people leave an area the forest quickly takes back over. This means that there are some trails in the Granite State that will lead you to amazing ruins. Whether you’re looking for an all day hike or a quick outing, to haunted homesteads or more modern marvels, these New Hampshire ruins hikes will amaze you.
Monson Village, Hollis
Monson was a bustling village in the 1700s until the residents simply disappeared. Now, the remnants of the village are a maintained site, where you can get a feel of what life was like for New Hampshire's first settlers. However, you should know that there have been ghost sightings on the property.
Madame Sherri Forest, Chesterfield
The centerpiece of Madame Sherri Forest is the extraordinary staircase that once led into Madame Sherri's mansion. However, the forest is full of other ruins of the estate, which burned down in 1962. This hike is easy, so anyone can enjoy exploring the ruins of this early twentieth-century mansion.
Airplane Wreckage, Mount Success, Success
Mount Success is a rugged mountain on the border with Maine. Hikers who make the five-mile trek to the summit are rewarded with amazing views, but also something more sinister: the wreckage from a 1954 airplane crash that killed two people. The spooky site has become a rite of passage for many people hiking the Appalachian Trail, which passes nearby.
America's Stonehenge, Salem
This spooky site is full of ruins. The question is who left them behind. Depending on who you believe, the site is either home to a pre-historic settlement, or a modern farce. Either way, it's a great place to let your imagination run wild, and it's a short, easy hike that the whole family will love.
Time to get hiking!