MORE COHOS TRAIL FEATURES
Steep gumdrop-shaped mountain with south facing slabs and cliffs. New trail over the top. North Percy
Vast bald summit with big blueberry crop in August. Hideously steep slabs. One of the best views in all of Coos County. Be careful: North Percy is a killer! Pond Brook Falls
Terrific slide falls, where water cascades down long, wide slab-slips of granite. Nash Stream
New snowmobile bridge over Nash Stream offers a wonderful look at a beautiful
mountain stream surrounded by mountains. West Side Rd.
Old grassy gated road with no traffic. Fine views from various points. Sugarloaf Arm
Long pull uphill to a quiet height of land and a fine view of Sugarloaf summit. A moose 'highway'. Sugarloaf Mt.
Narrow rock slab summit with super views over 320 degrees. A great look at the virtually unknown Northeast Peaks, the greatest mountain massif north of the White Mountain National Forest. Nash Bog
200 acre wildlife haven with beautiful views of the Sugarloaf, Fitch, Castle, Gore and No.3 mountains. Devil's Jacuzzi
Unknown natural pool shaped like a huge jacuzzi and frothing with bubbles. Huge boulders all through the stream bed. Headwater Country
Wide open meadow at the base of Mounts Fitch, Gore, Notch and Blue. Gadwah Notch
High mountain meadows with fine view of the Northeast Peaks and Mt. Muise. Great moose habitat. Severe blowdowns and winter-killed trees Baldhead South
Long view down Phillips Brook Valley to the Presidential Range far away. Few people have ever seen this area.
Lonely plateau on the south side of Dixville Peak. Remote but open country. Lots of moose. Dixville Peak
Cleared summit allows views of remote country over about 180 degrees. Very isolated region. Wilderness Ski Area
View from the top of Balsams Wilderness Ski Area of high elevation farmlands and Vermont and Canadian mountains. Table Rock
Spectacular narrow rock jutting out over Dixville Notch. Drop is straight down 701 feet. Dixville Notch
Remarkable extremely narrow notch with steep cliffs on both sides. Huntington Falls
Fine cascade and bridal-vale falls. One of the best falls north of the White Mountains. Flume Falls
Water slams through this narrow fissure in granite. Sanguinary Mt.
Steep cliffs and fine views. New trail over the summit. Balsams Grand Resort Hotel
From ledges on Sanquinary, you can see one of the very finest four-star hotels in all New England. Abeniki Pond
Small but pristine mountain pond beneath the dramatic cliffs of Abeniki Mountain. Mud Pond
Shallow high mountain lake with fine views of very remote country. Good moose and peregrine falcon habitat. Nathan Pond
Lonely glacial kettle pond tucked away in the folds of the mountains. Tumble Dick Mt. Notch
Depression between two mountains with cleared view of rarely seen high ridge country. Coleman State Park
Fine 30+ site campground on beautiful Little Diamond Pond. Toilets, phone.