Our Nature Trails

Tucked into the quiet woods of the White Mountains, we have over 10km of nature trails, sprawling amongst a mixed forest of coniferous and deciduous trees. A small gain in elevation will lead you on a path behind the inn, showcasing the presidential range, and the infamous Mt. Washington. These trails are private, for guests only, and promise to deliver the serene and quiet beauty of nature we all crave. 

Our nature trails change with the seasons. While ideal for walking in spring, summer, and fall, the winter brings beautiful snow covered surfaces perfect for snowshoeing. In fact, our snowshoe tours take place here. 

Springtime brings sights of vernal pools, trillium, and lady slippers; the New Hampshire state wildflower. Look for these delicate pink flowers in moist wooded areas of the trails, and be sure to bring a camera to capture their brilliance. 

Wildlife, and the tracks our native animals leave behind can be spotted throughout the year. A keen set of eyes can often spot bear tracks, as well as those of deer & fox. The forest is also abundant with goundhogs, porcupine, and a variety of birds including woodpeckers, red tail hawk, and many song birds.  

These trails are a great place for foraging, as a variety of wild mushrooms will grow in the warmer seasons along with a mix of various wildflowers. Nature abounds with wonderful natural noises, wind rustling through the 100 year old pine trees, and the peaceful feeling of solitude in the forest.