Town of Haverhill, New Hampshire


Upper Valley Stewardship Center

Trail System 

The Center’s four season recreation system is open to hikers, skiers, snowshoers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. The Center maintains a variety of trails from narrow primitive footpaths to wide, gentle pasture roads. The trail system is free, although donations are appreciated. See our interactive map on homepage for parking locations. Our non-winter recreation system includes almost 18 miles of footpaths and multi-use (hiking, riding) trails. Enjoy stunning views of nearby Mt. Moosilauke from the “John Wolter Trail” or walk along the cool, dark shores of the North Branch on the “There and Back Trail.” For those of you looking for a flat, gentle stroll, the former railroad bed trail, the “Boston Montreal Expresss”, is perfect. The Center is also in the process of installing a challenge course. We anticipate this will be open in the fall of 2011. Trail maps are available here or at our primary trailheads. During the winter, the Center maintains almost 4-miles of groomed trails for skiing and snowshoeing. The entire trail system, groomed and non-groomed trails, is open throughout the winter, but we ask that hikers and riders please avoid stepping in the groomed track. Winter trail maps are available here or at our primary trailheads.


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