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Friends of Wapack is a volunteer group that oversees and maintains the Wapack Trail within the National Wildlife Refuge.

Stretching through two parcels of public land, the 22-mile Wapack Trail traverses moderately difficult terrain while climbing South Pack Monadnock at 2,290 feet and North Pack Monadnock at 2,278 feet. Beautiful sweeping views are the main feature of a trail that may be accessed from Miller State Park along SR 101 or Wapack National Wildlife Refuge. The parking lot at Miller State Park is considered the trailhead. From this location, picnicking may also be enjoyed.

Directions: From Peterborough, NH, Travel north on US 202 about 1 mile turning right (east) onto Sand Hill Road. Follow a short distance until the road makes a sharp left then a sharp right and becomes Old Mountain Road where the NWR land begins. The trail is also accessible from the parking area at Miller State Park (SR 101) which is actually considered the official trailhead.

Elevation: 2,278 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,480 feet

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Wapack National Wildlife Refuge, New Hampshire


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