Trails, Paths, Parks
Littleton offers a variety of hiking trails and scenic vistas. Take a short hike or make a day of it. The Dells is interspersed with wild flower lined walking trails along the edge of a pond, home of many water birds. The Pine Hill Trails is an easy, round trip, woods walk passing many glacier erratics. Kilburn Crags, although a little more challenging, offers a spectacular view of downtown Littleton.
The Littleton Nature Trails are maintained by the volunteers of the Littleton Conservation Commission, these three natural areas offer opportunities for year-round recreation, including picnicking, snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, bird-watching and walking. Click here for a printable map to find the trails. (PDF File 196KB)
Littleton's popular bike trail network, PRKR Mountain Trails, is accessed via the parking lot and trailhead at the end of School Street, just a few blocks from Littleton's Main Street.
Stretching across more than 1,000 acres, the 22-mile mountain biking trail network was hand-built by community members. Open year-round, the varied terrain includes trails suitable for every riding ability, along with a pump track for practicing jumps! The trails are groomed in winter for fat biking. Pick up a trail map at the Littleton Bike Shop and other businesses throughout town.
The Conservation Commission encourages wise use of all these areas, and asks that all respect the carry in, carry out rule.
For more information please write: Littleton Conservation Commission 125 Main Street
Littleton, NH 03561