The Greenway got hit hard with all the heavy rains in early July, sections of trail are eroded, but passable, from Nelson to around Center Pond in Stoddard, so watch your step. Also, hiker culvert that passes under Rt 9 is closed due to erosion, so you’ll need to scoot across Rt 9. Be careful out there and enjoy your hike-
Spring clean up April 2023.
10 seperate volunteer trail crews, 29 total folks involved.
90% of the 48.7 miles patrolled/cleaned up/dozens and dozens of blowdowns removed!!!
Over 178+ volunteer hours over two days of trail work.
94ft of bridging created to keep your feet dry.
This is what it takes each Spring to open up the Greenway Trail for all to enjoy.
FYI- Still snow encountered around Mt. Sunapee and Lake Solitude.
A special shout out to BSA Troop 18 from Keene NH for their hard work…Thank you…
Thank you to all volunteers for giving back.
Get out and hike.
Trail Relocation Notice
Effective November 2020, there’s a relocation of the Greenway Trail off Center Pond Road in Stoddard which adds in Parker Hill to the many other hill summits along the trail.
Instead of turning left up the driveway as noted in the guidebook, follow the relocation signs up Center Pond Road 3/10ths of a mile and turn left into Andorra Forest. This relocation adds 8/10ths of a mile to the overall length of the Greenway.
Note- The previously mentioned private driveway is now closed, and is no longer open to hiking.
Thank You and Happy Trails.