The Quaint Artists Bluff Trail Is A Short And Sweet Hike In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Updated on September 06, 2023(Originally published February 18, 2020)
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For those who love the outdoors, there’s no better place to be than New Hampshire. From the tallest peaks to the short and flat distances, there’s something for every skill level. But there’s a common misconception among those just getting started. Because there are so many mountains, it can be easy to assume that every ascent will be challenging. The good news? This isn’t true! This hike is just about 1.5 miles and it leads to some absolutely beautiful views. After hiking this trail many times and spending countless hours in the White Mountains Artists Bluff in New Hampshire still remains one of our favorite views.
Artists Bluff Trail in New Hampshire is located in Franconia Notch State Park and is open year-round, but it is best accessed when there is no snow. If you do choose to make the trip during the winter, you might want to consider crampons for traction. You can learn more about the route by getting the AllTrails app and downloading the info for Artists Bluff right on your phone.