State: New Hampshire
Location: White Mountains National Forest
Length, Round Trip: 3.1 miles
Trail Type: Loop
Elevation Change: 900 feet
Best Season: May to October
The Boulder Loop Trail is an interpretive trail with numbered signs along the path. Brochures may be obtained from the Saco Ranger District office in Conway or at the trailhead.
The Boulder Loop Trail is located off the Kancamagus Highway near the Covered Bridge Campground. The 3 mile long trail passes through broad-leafed and evergreen forests to reach its highest point at the Ledges, 1,000 ft. above the Passaconaway Valley. The trail has 18 marked stops, in part, highlighting the effects and results of glaciers. Follow the yellow blazes marking this trail.
From Conway, NH:
Travel 6 miles west along Dugway Road which runs parallel with Kancamagus Highway. Trail begins just west of the Covered Bridge Campground. From November to May, the covered bridge is closed necessitating a slightly longer hike.
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