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Zealand Falls Trail

White Mountains National Forest, NH
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Beautiful.

This is a gorgeous hike, really picturesque in so many places. My husband and I brought our dog... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
SurfingDoc
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East Coast, US
Amazingly well-maintained trails, easy hike & gorgeous falls!

The parking fee is 3$ for a day. The trails are extremely well maintained and quite easy to hike... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2016
GodlikeRed
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Canada
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White Mountains National Forest, NH
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Reviewed 4 July 2016

This is a gorgeous hike, really picturesque in so many places. My husband and I brought our dog and made it to the hut in about an hour and forty minutes, and we're kind of average-paced, experienced hikers. The trail is well-maintained and you never...More

Thank SurfingDoc
Reviewed 30 May 2016

The parking fee is 3$ for a day. The trails are extremely well maintained and quite easy to hike through. (Beware my fellow clumsy hikers who tend to trip a lot! Beware of the roots and rocks sticking out!) Around 20 minutes into the woods,...More

2  Thank GodlikeRed
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Zealand Trail is, by comparison, one of the easiest and most colorful trails in New Hampshire. Gentle hike up tree-root exposed trail past several scenic marshes and ponds. Zeland Falls is picture perfect -- best photographed from rocks 50 yards downstream. Strongly recommend the 1/4...More

1  Thank bravestrong
Reviewed 30 September 2015

We thoroughly enjoy the entire Appalachian Mountain Club trail hut experience. Each Hut is unique in its own way but to Kathleen & I the Zealand Hut and Falls area is the cream of the crop. A very gradual, highly scenic and well maintained 2.8...More

Thank Wayne C
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Fun and beautiful way to spend an afternoon or morning. This trail isn't just user friendly for families, it's a nice hike for couples or friends wanting to spend a little time doing 2.6, The roots along the some of the pathways are very cool....More

Thank readytoexplore_11
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

We hiked this trail during a recent visit the white mountains. The drive to the trailhead is pretty itself. Be prepared though because the road is eventually unpaved. There is also a day use $3 fee. You can pay at the trailhead. The lot is...More

3  Thank rmdatc1
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

This is one of the easiest AMC hikes in the White Mountains. It's about 3 miles in and the last tenth of a mile is quite steep but worth completion. It's an easy 6 mile round trip or you can choose to make a reservation...More

Thank MePepere
Reviewed 12 August 2015

This is a great day hike for families with children who want to get out and experience the beauty of the White Mountains and to check out one of the AMC huts located 2.5 miles into the woods. The trail begins at a parking area...More

1  Thank nhtravel69
Reviewed 16 July 2015

This is a short an easy hike, ideal for beginners and those in search of a quick half-day hike. The falls are about 2.7 mi from the parking lot, all basically flat other than a little 0.2mi climb at the very end. The view from...More

Thank MDP03
Reviewed 28 March 2015

My wife and I were in the area and wanted to explore the woods. We found the Zealand Trail & Campground Area and decided to 'take a hike'. Since the campground access road was still closed, we parked at the large parking area east of...More

3  Thank Jodnay
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