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Great and difficult loop hike. 360 views from South Baldface. 4 foot Ledges on the way up in a... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2016
Andy S
via mobile
Beautiful looking up or looking down

We used to camp with a view of Baldface sticking up between two other mountains. Our spot was in... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
Oranutan1
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Hampton, Virginia
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A challenging 20-mile hiking area.
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3 Jul 2016
“Hike”
11 Jul 2015
“Beautiful looking up or looking down”
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North Conway, Conway, NH
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Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

Great and difficult loop hike. 360 views from South Baldface. 4 foot Ledges on the way up in a clockwise direction require some scrambling. The Slipperbrook trail is an easier out.

Thank Andy S
Reviewed 11 July 2015

We used to camp with a view of Baldface sticking up between two other mountains. Our spot was in public forest land on a pretty little lake we knew as Mountain Pond. I guess the land was not too public because there are houses where...More

Thank Oranutan1
Reviewed 14 September 2014

Start from the south and work the circle trail to the north in a clockwise directions. I would suggest decent on the Meader trail for superior views. The views are outstanding as the "bald" was created from an old fire incident. Lots of ledges. Enjoy...More

1  Thank Hobomonty
Reviewed 5 March 2014

The Baldface Circle Trail is a 4 to 6 hour hike - not too difficult. Most of the top of the trail is above timberline, with views mostly eastward. It's one of my favorite hikes.

1  Thank SalmoMaine
Reviewed 22 September 2013

This is the big hike that starts from Evans Notch. The views at the peak are superb, once you get there. It makes for a long and tiring - but exhilarating - day. Not a hike to take the kids on when they are little,...More

Thank Alec B
Reviewed 13 September 2013

You reach Baldface and the attendant trails by zig zagging on Rt. 113 from North Conway in NH into Fryeburg Me and than back and forth between these two states. Real Country. You pass though fields of potatoes, turf and beans on land that's "...More

Thank HMGT
Reviewed 4 September 2012

Not many hikers, very quiet and great hike! Dog friendly too. Make sure you take time and jump off the rock into emerald pool.

1  Thank Deidra W
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