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Head out on this 1.1-mile loop trail near Strafford, New Hampshire. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 40 min to complete. This is a popular trail for birding, hiking, and snowshoeing, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.

This is an easy family hike through Blue Job Mountain State Forest with a variety of terrain including granite, blueberry fields, pine and hardwood forestlands with good examples of plant succession. This park is a carry in-carry out area (no trash facilities). Please do not leave bagged dog doo or trash behind! Use increases on weekends.

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  • Helen Lindsay
    Helen Lindsay
    8 months ago

    This is a great place for a short hike! We did the fire tower and little blue job trail in about 2 hours. Wish the route back from little blue job/the pond was a bit better marked but overall had a great time. The hike has some uphill and some flat parts but overall pretty easy to do.

  • Niles (Alfie’s dad)

    If you’re looking for a short (easily under 2 hours with breaks), easy hike with spectacular views and interesting changes in terrain, this is it. My favorite short hike around. It took me longer to drive here then to hike it but so worth it !

  • Julia Lopez DiVincenzo

    We would've finished an hour earlier had we not kept stopping to eat every gosh darn blueberry or to catch newts in the pond. Haha! That's the point, though, be as leisurely or as focused as you want. It's about a half hour to the fire tower, easy for kids. Ours were 2 and 4 and our dog is 7 and an experienced hiker. We spent about 3 hours here!

  • JET Bellamy
    JET Bellamy
    6 months ago

    Small lot but wonderful hike and you can climb up the fire tower for a view. We went on a Sat. and the Rangers were in tower watching for fires. They invited people up and showed us how they figure out whete a forest fire is and which town fire dept. to call.

  • Julie-ann Edwards
    Julie-ann Edwards
    5 years ago

    We got a perfect, sunny warm day in November. Really nice walk with stone walls and colorful leaves. Loop took a nice 3 hours with a 2 year old and lunch at the top. Had to carry the toddler in a few places. Fun mini bridges.

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