This Delicious Blueberry Hike In New Hampshire Will Wind Down Your Summer In All The Right Ways

It’s officially August, and blueberry season in the Granite State is in full swing. There are plenty of great farms where you can pick your own berries – or, you can head up to Pitcher Mountain in Stoddard and gather delicious fruit while you enjoy one of our favorite scenic walks in the state! Best of all, it’s an easy, accessible hike – and it’ll reward you with great views in addition to bountiful berries.

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You’ll find a parking lot for Pitcher Mountain on Rt. 123 in Stoddard. The trail is easy to follow – just keep an eye out for the white blazes!

Looking for more rewarding hikes? Check out this one that leads to an abandoned castle!