Over the last year or so, I’ve been exploring the largest of the New Hampshire state parks, Pisgah State Park, which spans 13,500 acres. Not only was I walking all the trails in the park as part of my duties as editor of the AMC Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide, but I was also working on the challenge of hiking every single trail in that same guidebook. I’ve since learned a lot about the park and its many hiking options, and a favorite has become the trip to remote Fullam Pond, which I did several months ago.

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Since Pisgah State Park is so large, there are various ways to approach Fullam Pond. For more information and to download a trail map, visit the Pisgah State Park website and also consult the AMC Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide, which covers the park in detail.

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