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Old 02-10-2017, 10:55 PM   #1
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Default Can you get there from here?

This may require a little local knowledge because I don't see any official trail to where I want to go.

I live near and have access to the Corridor 15 trail near to where it goes across Route 25B in Center Harbor. I would like to get down to Lake Winnipesaukee in Center Harbor. Are there any local access trails off of the main trails to do that? Everything I see on the map puts me onto the lake a ways out. The nearest would be going in at Salmon Meadow Cove. Then I would have to go out past Black Cat and then into Center Harbor. I know there is an access trail to the Red Hill Irving gas station but from there to the lake???

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Jeff,

When you take the access road the comes back to Dave Fullerton's RED HILL Automotive and the Red Hill Dairy there is a trail that crosses RT 25. You should she some signage across the road showing were to go to access the Lake. The Trail is used to get gas at Dave's Station.

The trail goes through some Private Property. We had to reroute it this Season as we had several Riders do some damage to the owners property.

If I come up with more information I will add it to this post.


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Great! I will check it out and ask Dave if I have trouble finding the signs. Thanks.
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Great! I will check it out and ask Dave if I have trouble finding the signs. Thanks.

There is a MARKED TRAIL that runs between the 2 Wild Meadow Canoe Buildings.

I should be easy to locate.


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