Welcome to The Cohos Trail Website!
IMMEDIATE IMPORTANT TRAIL CLOSURES
Temporary Cohos Trail relocation in Pittsburg - 2013
The Southern end of the Camp Otter Trail has been closed.
After reaching Route 3 from the Round Pond Brook Trail, turn left, UPHILL.... (NORTH)...... At the top of this steep hill (Corkscrew Hill), you'll see a pull-out on the right side of the road and a sign "The Cohos Trail" with a yellow blaze. This is the new section of trail that will take you out to the Magalloway Road where you'll connect to The Moose Alley Trail.
The Dry River Trail and part of the Isolation Trail is closed in the White Mountain National Forest
162 miles from Crawford Notch to the Canadian border in Pittsburg, NH. You can then continue on the Sentier Frontalier's trail to Mount Megantic or Mount Gosford in Quebec, Canada. This is the only international trail in New Hampshire. There are many day hike opportunities along the full length and a great deal of remote terrritory where you may never meet another human being.
We are always in need of volunteers to work the trail as well as trail adopters. Click here to see how you can help or adopt a trail.
For a list of our sponsors, check out the 'Wall Of Fame'.