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New Hampshire National Recreation Trails

The newest NRTs in New Hampshire:

NRTBrowse all National Recreation Trails in New Hampshire: There are 7.70 miles of NRTs in New Hampshire and 5 trails!

Visit New Hampshire's "Featured" National Recreational Trails for the most recently designated trail(s)

Visit the National Recreation Trails website to learn more about the NRT program and access over 1,200 NRTs from across the country


New Hampshire Bicycling and Mountain Biking


    East Coast Greenway is a project to link seabord states with trails and on-road routes; information is available for all traversed states: ME, NH, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, DC, VA, NC, SC, GA, and FL:

    New England Mountain Bike Association has contacts for local clubs, events, news and photos:

    Seacoast Area Bicycle Routes promotes cycling in the Greater Seacoast region of NH and southern ME:

    Upper Valley Mountain Bike Association promotes "safe mountain bicycling opportunities which are environmentally and socially responsible":

New Hampshire Equestrian Trails



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New Hampshire Greenways and Community Trails


    Bike/Walk Alliance of New Hampshire:

    Eastern Trail is planned to run from Strawberry Banke in Portsmouth, NH to Bug Light Park on Casco Bay in South Portland, ME:

    New England Greenway Vision Plan envisions 19,300 miles of greenways and trails to make a cohessive green network for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamphsire, Rhode Island, and Vermont:

    Pathways for Keene promotse the development and use of trails and alternative transportation routes in the town:

    Londonderry Trailways is "committed to building safe bike/pedestrian routes in our town":

    Winnipesaukee River Trails runs from downtown Franklin to Northfield:

    American Volkssport Association hosts year-round walking events; search by state

New Hampshire Hiking Trails


New Hampshire Long-Distance Trails


    Appalachian Trail Conservancy provides resources and stewardship for the trail:

    Eastern Trail is planned to run from Strawberry Banke in Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Bug Light Park on Casco Bay in South Portland, Maine:

    Metacomet-Monadnock Trail is a long-distance footpath, maintained by the Appalachian Mountain Club-Berkshire Chapter Trails Committee and other volunteers:

    Midstate Trail is a 92 mile hiking trail extending from Rhode Island through central Massachusetts to the Wapack Trail in New Hampshire:

New Hampshire Off-Highway Vehicle Trails


    New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Association works for trails, legislation, rider safety and education:

    New Hampshire All Terrain Vehicle Club has photos, events, and clubs:

    New England Trail Riders Association has photos, events, and clubs:

New Hampshire Rail Trails and Canal Trails


New Hampshire Snow Trails



New Hampshire Waterway and Boating Trails


    Northern Forest Canoe Trail works to establish a 740-mile water trail along historic Native American routes across NY, VT, NH, ME, and Quebec:


New Hampshire Statewide Advocacy and Resources


    Trailwrights, Inc. sponsors trail maintenance workshops and hiking/backpacking workshops:

New Hampshire State Trails Program


New Hampshire Outdoor Recreation




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