Sunday, December 6, 2020

Hiking New Hampshire's Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Trail: 75-Miles on a Fourteen Trail Loop

Join Steve as he shares an introduction and video of each of the Fourteen Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway (SRKG) Trails. The videos make the hike “come alive.” Each trail has tips, details on preparation, pictures, maps, and references. 

Select your trail - and CLICK:
  1. SRK Greenway Trail 1 Old Province Rd, Goshen to Newbury Harbor
  2. SRK Greenway Trail 2 Old Province Rd, Goshen to Sunapee Town Hall
  3. SRK Greenway Trail 3 Sunapee to Deerhill Springfield 
  4. SRK Greenway Trail 4 ProtectworthTrail, Springfield, NH
  5. SRK Greenway Trail 5 Springfield/New London to Great Brook Bridge
  6. SRK Greenway Trail 6 Great Brook Bridge to Wilmot 4A Wolf Trees and Trails
  7. SRK Greenway Trail 7 NH Route 4A to WilmotCenter
  8. SRK Greenway Trail 8 Wilmot Center to New Canada Road
  9. SRK Greenway Trail 9 New Canada Road to Proctor Academy
  10. SRK Greenway Trail 10 Proctor Academy to Winslow State Park Mt Kearsage
  11. SRK Greenway Trail 11 Rollins State Park via Lincoln Trail to Kearsarge Valley Road
  12. SRK Greenway Trail 12 – Kearsarge Valley Road to Wadleigh State Park
  13. SRK Greenway Trail 13 - Kezar Lake at Wadleigh Park to Chalk Pond
  14. SRK Greenway Trail 14 – Chalk Pond to Newbury

    Some folks call outdoor experiences “play.” If “play” is defined as the choice made to take a course of action based on the rewards of participation and getting a perspective that can only come from ‘doing,’ then outdoor adventures are play. Many adults and children do not play enough.

    “Everyone should believe in something. I believe I’ll go Outdoors.” 

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About the Author Stephen L. Priest lives in Sunapee, New Hampshire. He is the author of ten outdoor guidebooks and is a producer of community television outdoor documentaries.  Steve has been a Study Group Leader at Colby-Sawyer College, an assistant professor of information systems at Daniel Webster College (Nashua, NH), and an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine. Steve has served in the US Army.