The Hiking Adventures of New England


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New England is a paradise for scenic landscapes whether it be in the mountains or along the coast. The region is home to a vast amount of hiking trails that cater to all levels of experience. In this blog post, we will share some of the best hiking adventures New England has to offer. Mount Washington, New Hampshire- The mountain stands at 6,288 feet, making it the highest peak in the northeast of the United States and is a challenging, yet rewarding experience. The mountain offers breathe taking views of the Presidential Range and the surrounding valleys through the Tuckerman Ravine Trail. Prepare for extreme weather conditions as it is noted to have one of the world’s highest wind velocities, which makes the trip up the mountain more challenging. If you decide not to hike the mountain but still want to experience the views, the summit is also accessible by road through Pinkham Notch. Franconia Ridge Loop, New Hampshire- Located in the White Mountains and known for its panoramic views and stunning peaks, the Franconia Ridge Loop is 8.9 miles long and is expected to take a full day to complete. Along the hike you will encounter the Falling Waters Trail, Franconia Ridge, Mount Lafayette, and finish with the Greenleaf Trail. The trail begins and ends at the popular trailhead in the Franconia Notch State Park. Acadia National Park, Maine- Acadia is a hiker’s playground with diverse trails along the rugged coastal scenery. For experienced hikers, the Precipice Trail is said to be a challenging climb with ladders attached to the cliffs. If you are looking for a more laid-back experience, check out the Jordan Pond Path which is a trail that has scenic views of Jordan Pond and the surrounding mountains. Mount Mansfield, Vermont- Mount Mansfield is Vermont’s highest peak and also has trails to offer hikers of all skill levels. The Sunset Ridge Trail will bring hikers through ...

June 23rd, 2023