Explore Coos County Hikes by Distance, Elevation, Difficulty, and More

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What to expect

Check out some of the best hiking, walking and backpacking routes in Coos County, New Hampshire. The Appalachian Trail Section Hike - The Presidential Traverse is the most popular trail. The trails have 36 user reviews with great photos and information. There are trails of various difficulty levels including easy, medium, difficult, and extra difficult. The trail with the highest elevation climb is the Mount Washington via Jewell Trail and the trail with the least amount of climbing is the David Dana Forest from Ridge Road. The longest trail is the Carter - Moriah Trail at 40.1 km. For a shorter adventure you can try the Townline Brook Trail at 598 m. Get off line access to Viewpoint, Shelter, Peak, and Water locations and much more with a Hiiker subscription.

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