This Beautiful Long Distance Hike In New Hampshire Has A Mouthwatering Restaurant Right Along The Trail
By Ken MacGray|Published December 29, 2022
Hey! I'm a freelance writer and guidebook author. I've authored "New Hampshire's 52 With A View - A Hiker's Guide", serve as editor of Appalachian Mountain Club's "Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide", and and am co-editor of the "White Mountain Guide", also for AMC. I'm currently beginning work on the 6th Edition of AMC's Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide, which will be published in 2025. I live in southern New Hampshire and can usually be found wandering throughout the state's mountains and forests.
After the long-distance Appalachian Trail crosses the Connecticut River into New Hampshire from Vermont, it runs through the town of Hanover. If you’ve been walking since Georgia, this probably seems like an oasis. If you’re out for a day trip along the AT, it’s a great place to begin or end your section hike. No matter what kind of hiker you are, you are going to need to feed the body, so bring your appetite to Lou’s Restaurant & Bakery on South Main Street. It’s a fantastic trail restaurant in New Hampshire.