1398 Route 103, Newbury, NH
Encompassing over 2900 acres, Mount Sunapee includes three mountains, a small lake (Lake Solitude) and many brooks scattered through the woodlands. A variety of wildlife can be found in the park, including deer, red fox, coyote, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse and hawks. Occasionally black bear, moose, bobcats, and fisher cats feed in the area although sightings are rare.
The summit of Mount Sunapee (elevation - 2,743ft) is reached via ski trails or the Summit hiking trail (Red Blaze). The start of the Summit Trail can be found on the right of the Lower Ridge ski trail, behind Sunapee Lodge.
A number of other hiking trails are accessible from the summit. You may also hike on any of the ski trails.
For your safety be sure to be prepared when hiking:
◾Allow ample time
◾Wear sturdy footwear
◾Know and heed weather forecasts
◾Bring warm clothing and rain gear
◾Bring food and water in with you
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