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Blueberry Ledge Trail is a 6.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Tamworth, New Hampshire that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running.
Great trail! Right now the leaves make it more difficult to follow and it is not well blazed but still fairly easy to follow.
Awesome trail! Nice parking lot too
Great Hike. Relatively easy until you get to the last mile, then it's a solid climb.
No views until the very top, and the actual summit is underwhelming.
For a winter hike, microspikes or snowshoes are a must. It's fairly easy going for the first 2/3 of the way, but the last third is actually very hard and steep, lots of scrambling. We're pretty active and it took us 4 hours round trip, with a stop for lunch (best to stop on the ledges before getting to the summit for better views).
The trailhead is .5 miles away from the parking (it will say "no parking past here"), and is a bit hard to find. Just follow signs for "trails" and look carefully. The trail itself was easy to follow in the winter, lots of packed snow, very little ice. Very windy at the top!
One of the most popular tails to vlimb whiteface, passaconaway, squre ledge, paugus, or just to do lo al trails.
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