Trip report

Hike to Wachipauka Pond

Full Day Hike DATE: 09/23/2020 - 09/23/2020

Trip/Event Location: Glencliff, NH

Trip Leader(s): jkelaghan , tdefauw

Max # People: 7

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Join us for this moderate hike along a short segment of the Appalachian Trail that begins on NH Rt 25 in Glencliff.  This 2.5 mile trail includes a couple hills (total elevation gain 900 feet)

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

We will meet at the parking lot for the Wachipauka Pond Trailhead on the south side of NH Rt 25 in Glencliff (NOT the trailhead on NH 25C).  If coming from the east, the parking lot is located 4.4 miles beyond the northern junction of NH 118 and NH 25 and 0.5 miles beyond the intersection of NH 25 and High Street in Glencliff.  Turn left into parking lot.  If coming from the west, the parking lot is 9.5 miles east of the northern junction of NH Rt 10 and NH Rt 25 in Haverhill.  Turn right into parking lot.

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