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    ...best trail in new hampshire???

    any ideas? Thinking of oct and hiking about 8 mi/day....
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    ...4 day trip...
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    I forget the name, but the trail that goes up along Mt. Lafayette is nice and can be done in four days. Mt. Washington is a good one too, but be prepared for any weather.

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    I haven't done any of this but it looks interesting.

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    Pinkham Notch

    Pinkham Notch is a good place to start. got to be a couple of good loops out of there. very nice place.
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    A loop starting at Lincoln Woods Visitor Center near Lincoln, about 31 miles around/through the Pemigewasset Wilderness. Some 4000 and 5000 foot peaks and great views included.

    Lincoln Woods Trail - Osseo Trail - Franconia Ridge Trail - Garfield Ridge Trail - Twinway - Bondcliff Trail - back to Lincoln Woods Trail.

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