Great trail for hiking and horseback riding. 2.4 km View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Hancock Loop bike trail in Lincoln. Maasto Hiihto & Churning Rapids Trails : THE MAASTO HIIHTO TRAIL SYSTEM is a multi-use, silent sport recreation area that features the area's premier natural asset: The Swedetown Creek Gorge. Strenuous: With wooded and easy to follow trails, Mt. Submit one here. 52 With-A-View. Trails: Hancock Notch Trail, Cedar Brook Trail, Hancock Loop Trail Mileage: 9.76 Elevation Gain: 2,675′ Weather: 79% Humidity. 1013.39 m Down, 1.5 mi Go beyond Canyon Park Road and past the intersection with 3424. NH 100 Highest. This wood caught fire and burned uncontrollably for years, casting black smoke clouds over the entire White Mountain region and polluting the watersheds. • Spam? The loop up and over both major summits can be done in either direction. 2,614' Up 3.3mi My recommendation would be to do the loop clockwise, as the northern summit section has a steeper ascent, which is easier going uphill. 162.09 m Down, 1.1 mi Ground Conditions: Plenty of packed down snow out on the trails. This is about an injury or accident 2,614' Down Entirely below treeline with limited views, this ten-mile hike is a good choice when the open summits are enshrouded. 83' Up 2,485' Up North, South Hancocks, NH: Trails: Hancock Notch, cedar brook. 295.76 m Down. Disclaimer. Trail Conditions: Hancock Notch Trail in good shape. From the summit, the trail wraps around the southern aspect of the summit and then descends steeply. The loop can be done in either direction. … • The first 3.6 miles of the trail are relatively flat and easy. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. NOT OKAY! The loose footing on the south side is less of an issue going down. The fires and smoke are vividly described in early versions of the AMC White Mountain Guide and other regional … Light breeze at the level of the trail. Sunny, with abundant clouds. Approx 10 miles. Start up the Hancock Loop trail and then you have the choice of going clockwise or counterclockwise, both are steep but both are nice loops. OLD HANCOCK TRAIL. Location: From IH-35 north of New Braunfels take exit 191 and head west on FM 306. I turned north onto the Cedar Brook Trail and hiked past the Wilderness sign into the beyond. Trail follows the lake line and has very little elevation gain. NOT OKAY! From the summit, the trail wraps around the southern aspect of the summit and then descends steeply. Cloudy & low visibility, 29(F), felt like it was in the teens near the summits with a gentle breeze. Potentially hazardous terrain. Hancock and South Hancock via the Hancock Loop Trail is a long and enjoyable walk in the woods. 2,487' Down Trailhead: 1215. Continuing straight past the summit, there is a viewpoint approximately 40 yards down trail looking west. My recommendation would be to do the loop clockwise, as the northern summit section has a steeper ascent, which is easier going uphill. Create Recommended Route or 179.53 m Down, 8.0 mi 35 dF at trailhead, cooler at the summit. Trail, USFS - White Mountain National Forest Office. 10mi • • Trail in rough shape between first and third crossings, mud and erosion. 9.4 km Silver Creek Road/Rainbow Trail Loop – SNOW. 85' Down 14.9 km 1013.38 m Up Gutz decent – SEASONAL CLOSURE DEC 1 – APR 15; CR 108 to Sand Gulch section – SNOW.