VIA NEWBURY TRAILHEAD: Trail is located Right where Lake Sunapee connects with NH 103. However parking is very scarce on this trail send most people to the village of Newbury to park.
Class 1 with one steep pitch
2.9 miles (5.8 roundtrip)
1850' elevation gain
The Newbury Trail start from the town of Newbury and is less traveled trail then Andrews Brook. It is also the most difficult of the three trails. The trail start as a steady climb and in about 300 yards it leads to pretty ledge overlook of Lake Sunapee. The trail then continues until it reachs the steep with another overlook about one mile from the trailhead. It then summits the South Peak of Mt. Sunapee where it levels out. The trail stays level but is rocky in this section. It then continues to the Lake Solitude Trail which will lead to the White Cliffs and the summit of Mt. Sunapee.
Essential hiking gear in summer. Talk to a ski officials in winter before hiking up because they may ask for a fifty dollar lift ticket tag.
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