Hiking The Pisgah State Park

The 7th most popular hiking trail in New Hampshire.

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Southwest of Keene and west of Winchester, the 13,500 Pisgah State Park has about 20 miles of multi-use trails of varying difficulty through rugged terrain in the Ashuelot River Watershed. The park has 7 ponds and 4 highland ridges, and is the largest in the state of New Hampshire. For hiking, try the Ridge Loop (8 mi.), the Kilburn Loop (5 mi.) or the Dogwood Swamp Trail (3.2 mi.).

To reach the southern edge trailhead from Winchester, follow SR119 west through Ashuelot and watch for the parking lot on the north side of the road. There are 5 other trails spread around the park boundaries.

Overall, Pisgah State Park is the 7th most popular hiking trail of all 17 hikes in New Hampshire.

Pisgah State Park Hiking Map



Local Contact(s):  Pisgah State Park (603) 239-8153; NH Tourism (800) 258-3608.

Recommended Book:  "50 Hikes In New Hampshire" from Daniel Doan

Best Season:  Apr - Nov.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Reference Source:  click here http://www.nhstateparks.org/

GPS:  42.84144, -72.4835

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  11/13/2017

ID:  11111

Pisgah State Park Hiking Map


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