The New Hampshire Forest Trail That Holds A Long Forgotten Secret Of World War II
By Michelle|Published April 21, 2021
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Not sure what to do when the weather is nice out? Feel like there are too many options? Before you get overwhelmed remember that while there are quite a few options for your outdoor adventures, each one is special and unique. That means you can choose your mood and head to the spot that fits! When you’re in the mood to be outside and enjoy some history, you’ll want to embark on this hike. It’s beautiful and offers a glimpse into the past.
The B18 Bomber Crash Site via the Walker Trail is considered difficult. This is in part due to the elevation gain of about 1,571 feet. You can learn more about the hike by checking out alltrails.com. It can be accessed year-round, but remember to take caution when the weather is snowy, icy or rainy. Terrain here can get slippery. Want to bring a furry friend along? No problem! Just be sure to keep them on a leash.