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What's going on in White Mountain National Forest?

Welcome to the White Mountain National Forest hiking section of the Atlas Guides blog! This collection of posts features stories from New Hampshire's most famous National Forest!

Blog Archive: White Mountain National Forest

Browse through our chronological White Mountain National Forest hiking post history or check out the most recent posts to see what’s happening on National Forest trails right now!

clouds sit over a snowy mountain range.

Mount Tom & Mount Field

For Sunday’s hike, Siren and I headed to Crawford Notch and the Mt Willey Range for a snow-covered trip to Mount Tom and Mount Field in New Hampshire.

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A view from a rocky cliff shows distant snowy mountains.

Mt. Chocorua

Last weekend had much better conditions than the previous one, so I tried to make up for it by doing two great day hikes, starting with Mt. Chocorua.

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A snowy forest and trail are surrounded by fog.

Mt. Moriah

Another week of heavy snow in New England meant the mountains were ripe for exploration, so we headed out on an overnight hike to Mt. Moriah.

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A sunset glows over a snowy forest.

Cabot Mtn Winter Backpacking Trip

I ventured into the northernmost part of the White Mountains for a weekend of serious winter backpacking.

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Fall colors are bright in fallen leaves and leaves remaining on trees.

Rivers and Brooks and Leaves, Oh My!

I found some hikes in the White Mountains that proved that even in the “green tunnel” you can find a great wilderness trip.

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A view from Mount Hight, looking at the Presidential Range of the White Mountains National Forest.

Wild River Wilderness Backpacking Loop

I met up with Philip and Steve for a two-night backpacking trip through one of the wildest regions of the White Mountains.

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