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Best 13 Hiking Trails in the White Mountains

"A walk in nature walks the soul back home"
Harshada Kekare
1. Baldface Loop
It's a 9.5 miles heavily trafficked loop trail located near Intervale, New Hampshire. It offers an incredible amount of hiking above tree-line.
2. Franconia Ridge
It's a mountain range located in the White Mountains of the U.S. state of New Hampshire. It is the second-highest range of peaks in the White Mountains.
3. Kearsarge North
It's a mountain located about 4 miles northeast of North Conway, Carroll County. You will enjoy a jaw-dropping 360-degree view from the fire tower at the top.
4. Arethusa Falls
A waterfall in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States. This is a family-friendly hike which offers prime territory for young hikers.
5. Mount Crawford
It's a mountain located in Coos County, New Hampshire. It's one of the most spectacular hikes under 4000 feet in the White Mountains.
6. Mount Chocorua
It's a 3,490 feet mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. One of New Hampshire's most frequently hiked, well-known, and easily recognizable mountains.
7. Mount Adams
It's the second highest peak in the Northeast United States. Mount Adams was named after John Adams. Best to enjoy 360-degree view from the top.
8. Mount Willard
A mountain located in Carroll County, New Hampshire. There are some fantastic views of Crawford Notch which includes the source of the Saco River.
9. Mount Eisenhower
A mountain in the Presidential Range in the White Mountains. Trail comes 2.7 miles north from the confluence of trails within the Dry River Wilderness.
10. Welch Dickey Loop
This trail is extremely popular due to its relatively easy access to fine views. This is a loop hike across the summits of Welch and Dickey Mountains.
11. Mount Madison
It's a mountain in the Presidential Range of New Hampshire. It's the farthest northeast of the high peaks of the Presidential Range.
12. Mount Moosilauke
It's a 4,802-foot-high mountain at the southwestern end of the White Mountains. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and snowshoeing.
13. Artists Bluffs Trail
It's a 1.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Franconia, New Hampshire. Best for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.