Old Waterville Road
This is a short EASY hike [1000 ft.], which connects the Pine Flats Trail with the parking lot at the Six Mile Bridge, and can be used as part of a loop with the Old Waterville Road, the Yellow Jacket Trail, and the Pine Flats Trail.
This is a short, EASY trail that leads to the banks of the Mad River [1600 ft], where there are some enormous White Pine trees.
The boulder to which this EASY trail leads sits in the middle of Slide Brook [1600 ft] as it runs alongside the Livermore Road.
This is an EASY hike that brings you past the scenic Smarts Brook Gorge [1000 ft.], and a locally rare stand of Red Pine trees.
This is an EASY trail used primarily to access East Pond [2600 ft.], a mountain pond surrounded by the steep peaks of Mount Osceola's Scar Ridge.
This is an EASY trail that leads to a popular swimming hole just 40 minutes from Route 49. It also offers a long but gradual route up to Sandwich Dome[3980 ft.]
This is an EASY hike that brings you to the summit of the former Snow's Mountain alpine ski area [2000 ft.], offering nice views to the west and north.
This is an EASY hike used primarily as a loop trail with the lower section of the Smarts Brook Trail. To access the trail, follow the Smarts Brook Trail for 10 minutes, and then bear right off the logging roadbed at the sign for the Tri-Town Trail.
This trail was severely damaged as a result of Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. It was partially rerouted and extensively rebuilt by the White Mountain National Forest, including the installation of a new bridge across the Mad River, which replaces the washed out Knight's Bridge. It was reopened in late 2014. Both ends of the trail remain in their original locations, but a portion in the middle of the trail follows a new route, designed to minimize the possibility of damage in future storms.
This is an EASY hike connecting the Smarts Brook Trail with the Pine Flats Trail, often used as the middle link in a loop route.
This is an EASY trail to a unique section of Slide Brook [1800 ft.] with scenic rapids and pools.
Mad River Trail
This MODERATE hike closely parallels the Mad River, with two steep stairways up to a height of land [1500 ft.], offering interesting river views.
Livermore Road & Trail
This MODERATE route [a dirt road at first] connects Waterville Valley to the KancamagusHighway, reaching a height of land known as Livermore Pass [3000ft.], and serves as access to most of the valley's hiking trails.
Snow's Mountain Trail
This MODERATE hike meanders in a long eliptical loop along the ridge of Snows Mountain [2600 ft], on a rocky footbed. Despite its modest distance, it's deceptively strenuous due to variable footing and the many ups and downs of the ridge. There are two lookouts with fine views to the east, and down the Mad River valley.
Greeley Ledge Trail
This rocky MODERATE hike leads to a classic mountain ledge [2000 ft.], with views over the tree tops of the eastern peaks of the valley.