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Hurricane Trail

  We all need to get out in nature once in a while and Hurricane Trail in Grafton County, New Hampshire is just what you need. It's a long drive from Concord to Hurricane Trail but it is a really good trail. There are many wonderful hiking trails in the White Mountains where you can truly take in all the beauty of these mountains.
No chance of getting bored in New Hampshire if you like the outdoors. At Hurricane Trail you always meet someone from Warren,
    and getting to Gorge Brook from Hurricane Trail is simple. If you want a splendid time in the great outdoors just come on up to the White Mountains. Get yourself into a kayak and hit Baker River, and a journey to Franconia Notch State
Park rejuvenates the spirit. Get drenched paddling on Baker River. You'll need more than a day to explore everything Hurricane Trail has to offer, you can camp at Lost River Valley Campground. Some of the water nearby flows, like Big Brook, and a pleasant trip to Jobildunk Ravine is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. Be careful coming to Hurricane Trail, you might not ever want to return home again. There's so much to do here at Hurricane Trail that you  
need to camp here for a while, Scenic View Campground is a fine location for that. Through the months of summer at Hurricane Trail highs are ordinarily in the 80's, and all through the night it cools down to the 50's. The wintertime comes with highs in the 20's, and overnight lows at Hurricane Trail during the winter generally dip into the 0's.

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These outdoors activities are available near Hurricane Trail.
 Trails Near Hurricane Trail:
Tunnel Brook Trail, Grafton County , 3 miles away
Rattlesnake Mountain Trail, Grafton County , 9 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Hurricane Trail:
Beaver Brook Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Warren , 2 miles away
Three Ponds Shelter, Stinson Lake , 4 miles away
Lost River Valley Campground, North Woodstock , 4 miles away
Jeffers Brook Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Glencliff , 4 miles away
Scenic View Campground, Warren , 5 miles away
 Whitewater Near Hurricane Trail:
Baker River, Grafton County , 1 miles away, Class V - 3.8 miles long (Warren)
Baker River, Grafton County , 4 miles away, Class II-III - 6 miles long (Route 118 to Wentworth)
Wild Ammonoosuc River, Grafton County , 5 miles away, Class II-III - 10 miles long (Wildwood to Covered Bridge)
Glover Brook, Grafton County , 6 miles away, Class V - 1.9 miles long (Elbow Pond to Pemigewasset River)
Branch Brook, Grafton County , 10 miles away, Class II-V - 3.3 miles long (Ellsworth to Branch Brook campground)
 Hotels Near Hurricane Trail:
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites, Lincoln , 10 miles away
Rodeway Inn Lincoln, Lincoln , 10 miles away
Comfort Inn & Suites, Lincoln , 11 miles away
Beacon Resort, Lincoln , 11 miles away
Sunset Hill House, Franconia , 11 miles away
 Lakes Near Hurricane Trail
Stinson Lake, Grafton County , 6 miles away
Lake Tarleton, Grafton County , 10 miles away
Loon Lake, Grafton County , 11 miles away
Campton Bog Pond, Grafton County , 12 miles away
Newfound Lake, Grafton County , 17 miles away

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