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All reviews easy hike great hike short hike squam lake all ages parking lot picnic lunch and enjoy terrific view bridle path nice trail worth every step crushed stone popular hike trail head bad knees family hike takes about minutes
for many this will be a great intro to hiking in the mountains . at only 1 mile each way and well maintained with steps to help it is a good family hike. the views of Squam Lake the islands that dot it and the...More
This was a fairly easy walk but with a lot of stairs, so not a good choice if you have bad knees. The trail is well maintained and marked. The hike is definitely forgotten once you reach the top and are rewarded with an absolutely...More
I agree with previous reviewers. Nice short hike with great views of the lake. We had binoculars so even more to view. Beautiful landscape nice trail. 2 rocky points to look out from. We were able to direct other hikers to 2nd rocky point which...More
On a recent stay in Meredith, New Hampshire, we drove over to West Rattlesnake Mountain to hike up to the top to see the view. As others have noted in their reviews, the path is "user friendly", in that it is well-groomed, and easy to...More
We were lucky to choose a 75° slightly breezy day to give this mountain a go. The trail is lovingly maintained with areas of crushed stone, rocks to skip, logged steps and cautions for how to avoid paths or shaky areas. The climb is leisurely...More
Response from sarahordonald | Reviewed this property |
I do not have young children. I would got with the Boston, MA, reply. The trail has been updated with a lot of steps. I imagine smaller legs will need more time. No need for speed hiking. Always Bring water, snacks and... More
I do not have young children. I would got with the Boston, MA, reply. The trail has been updated with a lot of steps. I imagine smaller legs will need more time. No need for speed hiking. Always Bring water, snacks and bring your trash home. Have fun.