Few People Know About This New Hampshire Backcountry Pond

While New Hampshire is well-known for its mountains, the state is also graced with many beautiful ponds and lakes. These range from the expansive to the tiny and not all of them are easily accessible. In the small town of Weare, one of these smaller ponds makes for a pleasant destination by foot.

The loop hike around Ferrin Pond is about 2.5 miles round-trip with approximately 250 feet of elevation gain. For more information and to learn more about the history and natural features here, visit the Town of Weare website.

Looking for more ponds to visit? Try an easy paved loop around Peverley Pond, visit Stonehouse Pond and its great cliff in Barrington, or walk a former railroad bed to Heads Pond in Hooksett.

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Address: Ferrin Pond, Weare, NH 03281, USA