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This is beautiful as others have said and I'd give it a 5 other than the description.
This is an easy grade walk in from the highway. The description says 'loop trail' but it's not.
When you pass the lower pond you reach the river...More
This pond is accessible either from Waterville Valley or east of Lincoln on the Kangamangus. It is a great spot nestled between the mountains. The trails have very easy grades and are suitable for all ages.
And the parking here is free! At least the day I went, you did not need a day pass to park at the trail head....
The trail head on the Kanc has a small lot for about 8 cars.. Its a beautifully secluded trail.. (the...More
If you want to experience New Hampshire's White Mountains `in the raw', yet know that you're safe, and like spectacular views of not only wide vistas but also serene mountain lakes in total peace and tranquility, this 9 mile hike is for you. Mt. Osceola...More
I just wanted to clarify, this pond is not in Waterville Town Square, there is no boating or kayaking and def not a sandy beach. This pond is accessible via hiking trail only and I would reserve several hours for an out and back. It...More
This is a fairly moderate hike from Waterville Valley. The trail was relocated in the last few years due to damage from tropical storm Irene. The ponds themselves are scenic and also contain quite a population of brook trout. It is s great setting for...More
There's nothing really amazing about this pond. It's the trip there that's the best part. Great views of nature along the way. I also wouldn't swim in Greeley Pond. I believe it does have leeches. Might be a good place to fish though.
We took the trail from the Kancamagus Highway up & down to the Upper Greeley Pond. It was a beautiful day in June when we went, with little wind. The pond itself is beautiful (see photo!). Take the hike (it's an easy trail, with one...More