A Wooden Bridge And Waterfall Are Just Part Of What Makes The 1-Mile Whitehouse Trail In New Hampshire Unbeatable

We’ve been all about the fall foliage lately, but today we’re focused on getting our feet moving. While you’re likely to experience some beautiful changing leaves on this short hike, you can do it any time of year. The most important part of the experience is the lovely bridge and beautiful waterfall that exist just a short distance from your starting point. So throw on some shoes and get moving for one of the most relaxing hikes you can take in New Hampshire.

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For more information, including a map of the route check out the details on alltrails.com.

Looking for more easy ways to hike in New Hampshire? Check out these trails that are great for beginners.

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