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Sawyer River and Sawyer Pond Trail

10.0 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
June 17, 2015
Updated on:
October 25, 2018

Camping Allowed

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Dogs (leashed)

Water Source

The Sawyer River and Sawyer Pond Trail in the White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire is an easy 10 mile out-and-back trail, great for beginner backpackers. Follow Sawyer River Trail about 3 miles to Sawyer River Road, take a left on the road, walk briefly on the road to a footbridge on the right, which is the beginning of Sawyer Pond Trail (no sign). Hike 1.5 miles to the pond.

The entire hike is about 10 miles out-and-back and about 5 miles one-way. The trail itself is not very difficult, but beginners may find it more moderate than easy.

Camping: There's a shelter and 6 tent platforms at the pond. The pond can get buggy during warmer months as well.


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340 '

Total Change
740 '

Ascent
740 '

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10.0 miles
Trail added
June 17, 2015
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October 25, 2018

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